If you’re an Amazon Prime member, and haven’t yet tried the online retailer’s Music Unlimited streaming service, here’s your chance to do it on the cheap. Amazon is offering four months of the music service to Prime members for just $0.99.
After the four months is up, subscribers will pay the usual $7.99 per month. The promotion is just one of many the online retail giant is offering in the coming days in an effort to promote the company’s Prime Day promotion on July 11. The Amazon Music Unlimited offer expires on July 11.
Amazon Music Unlimited is Amazon’s entry into the online streaming music market, competing with Apple Music, Google Play Music and Spotify. It offers “tens of millions of songs,” compared to the company’s “Prime Music,” included with a Prime membership, which offers around two million songs.
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There are some restrictions, such as the four-month discount deal is available only to Amazon Prime Members, and is only available when signing up for an Amazon Music Unlimited Individual Monthly Plan. Visit the Amazon website for more information. If you need to get a Prime membership, you can also snag one here.