Amazon Music Unlimited is an on-demand music streaming service that offers access to tens of millions of songs through the Amazon Music app and Amazon Music for Web with more than 50 million songs to listen.
Its wide easy-to-navigate catalog includes playlists, stations, albums, new releases and classic classics.
Users can use the Amazon Music app to listen to streaming music or download it to listen to it offline. New albums and songs are typically added to the Amazon Music Unlimited catalog on the day they’re released in the Digital Music Store.
Amazon Music Unlimited Free Trial
New subscribers are eligible for a 30-day free trial of Amazon Music Unlimited or the Amazon Music Unlimited Family plan. When you start a free trial, you have full access to Amazon Music Unlimited until the trial end date. On the end date, your trial automatically charges to your subscription payment method at the monthly renewal rate.
There are several price offers tailored to the needs of each client. Individual rate or Family rate, in addition to the possibility of annual registration for Amazon Prime customers, which allows savings of 2 months. A customer is not required to be an Amazon Prime customer to subscribe to Amazon Music Unlimited.
Amazon Music Unlimited for EchoAmazon Music Unlimited for Echo is a monthly subscription designed for use on a single Amazon Alexa device. Sign up directly through your device—just say, “Alexa, sign me up to Amazon Music Unlimited.” For more information, go to Subscribe to Amazon Music Unlimited for Echo with Your Voice.
Note: You can only access Amazon Music Unlimited for Echo on the Alexa device you used to start your subscription. If you try to browse or play music from Amazon Music Unlimited on another device, you’ll be prompted to get the Amazon Music Unlimited Individual or Family plan.