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Amazon Music Unlimited -

Pricing Tiers
  • Individual without Prime
  • Individual with Prime
  • Echo-owners Plan - CHEAPEST PER MONTH
  • Family Plan - UP TO 6 FAMILY MEMBERS

"Based on a string of rumors that began circulating in January of this year, it was only a matter of time before Amazon rolled outits full-fledged music service. And today is that day. Enter Amazon Music Unlimited, a standalone offering set to rival the likes of Apple Music and Spotify. It is, of course, a complement to Prime Music, the free streaming service for people who are part of Amazon's $99-per-year membership. Naturally, Prime subscribers get the benefit of paying less for Music Unlimited: $8 monthly compared to $10 for everyone else.

Now, the service is even cheaper if you own an Echo speaker. Amazon has a $4-per-month tier, dubbed "For Echo," which gives you full access to the service on one Echo, Echo Dot or Amazon Tap device. The company says "tens of millions of songs" are part of its catalogue, including over two million that were already available on Prime Music, but it did not share specific numbers when asked."

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While this service is pretty interesting, the possible geolocation restriction by the infamous Amazon has actually hesitated me from going into this. Not mentioning the price is slightly on the high side and most important of all, no telco in my country is bundling them at the moment so expect high data usage charges on-the-go.