Amazon is currently offering a three-month Amazon Music Unlimited free trial to all new customers, with absolutely no payment required and no commitment or risk attached — so there’s absolutely no reason why you shouldn’t put Spotify on the bench and give it a try right now.
Amazon Music Unlimited offers you unlimited access to any song you could possibly think of, with millions of options out there. It’s always ad-free so you won’t have to worry about being disturbed as you listen your way through favorite albums, playlists, and individual tracks. Even better, it’s possible to listen offline with unlimited skips available to you. All you have to do is queue up your tracks before you head away from your Wi-Fi connection for a little bit.
Already own Alexa speakers? Amazon Music Unlimited is even more useful as it syncs up with it perfectly. You can wander around your home asking Alexa to play whatever you feel you are in the mood for. She’ll even make random suggestions if you want her to. It’s a great way to add some fun atmosphere to your home and introduce a little magic that only great music can provide you with. Thanks to Amazon Music Unlimited being compatible with so many different devices, you’re not restricted to the home either, with walks outdoors or working out also supplemented by the service via your smartphone.
Amazon is fairly new to the music streaming world compared to Spotify and Apple Music but it offers millions more tracks with over 40 million different tracks to choose from. A discovery feature lets you choose between curated playlists or station-based listening, too, which is great for when you’re not sure what to listen to. It learns as well, helping suggest ideas of tracks you might not know but are sure to love. There’s something for everyone here, including the latest pop releases, classical music, music aimed at entertaining the kids, and more.
After the three-month trial expires, you’ll be charged $10 per month (or $8 per month if you’re an Amazon Prime member) but if you cancel it before then, you won’t have to pay a cent. The usual $10 per month charge is itself a great deal but we recommend canceling it straight away if you’re keen to not pay past the three months.
Remember — this is a time-limited offer so you’ll want to grab it fast. There’s really nothing to lose here with three months of great music at your fingertips — or at the sound of your voice if you have an Echo device.
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