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Amazon launched a new music streaming service Amazon Music Unlimited. It will cost you $9.99 per month, but if you’re Prime subscriber you will pay only $7.99 a month. If you are owner of Amazon Echo, you can use Amazon Music Unlimited for just $3.99 a month.

In the beginning, of course, there is a free trial within 30 days. The new Music Unlimited service will offer an option for a family plan, which is said to be “expected soon.”

Unlike Apple Music or Tidal, Amazon Music Unlimited offers no exclusive content.
If you own Amazon Echo, you can quote part of the lyrics to find out the name of the song.

With its exclusive price of $3.99 a month Amazon apparently has ambitions to stand up against competitors from Apple, Tidal, Spotify and Google. It remains to be seen whether this will have a positive result.

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