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- Just like Spotify and Apple Music, Amazon Music Unlimited lets you stream tens of millions of songs to all your devices for one low monthly fee.
- Now, for a limited time, that “low monthly fee” is FREE for the first 30 days thanks to a special Amazon promotion.
- As an Amazon Prime member, you’ll still save 20% each month once the introductory offer ends.
So many music streaming services have flooded the market over the past few years, but only a small handful has bubbled to the top. Spotify is a huge one, of course, and another is Apple Music since it’s so easy for iPhone users to subscribe. Services like Pandora and YouTube Music continue to attract some customers as well, but there’s a different streaming music option you should check out right now.
Amazon Music Unlimited is just as good as top rivals like Spotify according to many subscribers… and it’s also FREE for a limited time thanks to a special promotion running right now at Amazon.
Click over to the promo page on Amazon and you can score the mother of all intro offers. Sign up now as a new customer and you get not 7 days… not 2 weeks… but 30 days of free access to the service!
That’s right, folks — you get nearly three months of unlimited music streaming from Amazon’s library of more than 60 million songs. The deal is open to anyone who has not already had an Amazon Music Unlimited subscription in the past, and there’s one more thing you need to know. Once the trial ends, you’ll continue to save money if you’re an Amazon Prime member. Amazon Music Unlimited costs $9.99 per month just like comparable services, but Prime members get it for just $7.99 per month!
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