Here's how to get four months of Amazon Music Unlimited for 99p | Apps & Software
Amazon has revealed a big discount on its Amazon Music Unlimited streaming service – get four months of music for 99p.
The offer is to celebrate Amazon Prime Day, which kicks off on Monday 16 July. However, we’ve heard that the Music Unlimited deal will go on past Amazon Prime Day, ending at the end of the month.
Amazon’s answer to Spotify, Amazon Music Unlimited offers over 40 million songs to stream on multiple devices, including the company’s own Echo speakers. Naturally, you can download tracks to listen to offline on smartphones or tablets.
Normally, an Amazon Music Unlimited subscription costs £7.99 a month or £79 for a whole year if you are an Amazon Prime member too (£9.99 if not). You can also get an Echo-only subscription for £3.99 a month, which means you can only listen to songs on a specific Amazon Echo device, or you can pay £14.99 a month (or £149 for a whole year) for a family plan that covers up to six family members.
But forget about that for the moment – get four months of access for 99p right now – saving you at least £31.96.