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Amazon Music Unlimited

Amazon Music Unlimited

Amazon Music Unlimited costs as little as $9.99 a month, and the service takes a no-frills approach to music streaming. By subscribing you get access to millions of songs to stream when you want. Using the Amazon Music apps, you can download them for offline play. A Music Unlimited subscription is the only way to get access to what Amazon calls “expertly programmed playlists” and stations.

Amazon Prime subscribers can get Amazon Music Unlimited access for $7.99 a month. That’s on top of their Prime subscription. There’s a $3.99 plan that requires an Amazon Echo too. Amazon Music Unlimited is part digital storage service. You can upload music you’ve purchased elsewhere there for streaming too.

[ Download Amazon Music in Google Play ] [ Download Amazon Music in iTunes ]

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    04/23/2017 at 4:45 pm

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