Amazon Music Unlimited is here to compete with Spotify
Amazon just officially launched the Music Unlimited, a music streaming service that is designed to compete with Spotify or Apple Music. So far, it is only available in US, but it offers tens of millions of musics and different subscription models.
Like the Spotify and Apple Music, Music Unlimited’s basic pricing tier costs $9.99. However, if you happen to have an Amazon Prime account, this price drops to $7.99. Speaking of Prime, it sounds like the new Music service might replace the Prime Music, yet another music streaming platform by Amazon but with more limited library. But we don’t have any particular information about it though. Besides the basic model, Amazon offers two more subscriptions. The second one is the cheapest among all the pricing tiers, but only works on the Echo devices including Amazon Echo, Echo Dot and Amazon Tap. And lastly, there is yet another plan, but that is for families. This plan supports up to 6 people and costs $14.99.
As said in the beginning, Amazon Music Unlimited is only available in US, but it will come to UK, Australia and Germany in a near future.