Right now, Amazon is offering a three-month Amazon Music Unlimited free trial to all new customers, and there’s absolutely no reason why you shouldn’t give it a try.
Amazon Music Unlimited offers unlimited access to any song you could possibly think of. It’s always ad-free so you won’t be disturbed as you listen your way through your favorite albums and playlists. Even better, you can even listen offline with unlimited skips available to you. Simply queue up your tracks before heading away from your Wi-Fi connection.
For homes with Alexa speakers, Amazon Music Unlimited is even more useful given it syncs up perfectly. You can wander around your home asking Alexa to play whatever you’re in the mood for, or even ask her to come up with a random suggestion. It’s a great way of adding a bit of fun atmosphere to your home for those days when you’re feeling a little stir crazy and could do with happier sounds around you.
After the three-month taster expires, you’ll be charged $10 per month but if you cancel it before then, you won’t have to pay anything. 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 a cent past the three months.
Compared to other music streaming services, Amazon is fairly new to the field but it has a huge amount of choice. It offers millions more tracks than the likes of Spotify and Apple Music, with over 40 million different tracks and counting, so you won’t run out any time soon. Its discovery feature means you can choose between curated playlists or station-based listening, as well as choose from your own collection. It will also happily learn from your loves, suggesting random recommendations based on your listening tastes. It’s ideal for discovering new favorites. There’s something for everyone here, including the latest pop releases, classical music, music aimed at entertaining the kids, and so forth.
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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