Amazon has just bolstered its Music Unlimited free trial, with the retail giant offering as much as 4 months of access without cost. The brand new promotion has launched this week within the run-up to Prime Day and offers an enormous improvement on the previous free trial that offered only one month’s value of Music Unlimited without cost. If you happen to’re an Amazon Prime subscriber you may have the opportunity to get 4 months’ value of Music Unlimited access without cost. Even those without Prime can benefit from a 90-day plan without paying a penny.
The Spotify and Apple Music rival often costs £9.99 per 30 days for non-Prime members and £8.99 for Prime subscribers.
So if you happen to’re not a Prime member this promotion offers a saving of virtually £30, while if you happen to’re a Prime subscriber you may have the opportunity to save lots of over £35.
If you happen to just like the sound of this deal and are considering of signing up for Music Unlimited there are a couple of essential things you should know.
Firstly, this deal is simply running until July 13 so if you desire to profit from this money-saving offer be sure you join Amazon Music Unlimited before then.
You may join to the brand new Music Unlimited free trial by clicking here.
Also, after your free trial is up Amazon Music Unlimited will auto-renew at either the non-Prime or Prime price (depending on whether you are already signed as much as the service).
So if you happen to don’t desire to make use of Amazon Music Unlimited after your free trial is over be sure you cancel before then.
And at last, the Music Unlimited free trial is simply available to latest subscribers.
Which means if you happen to’re already signed as much as the service or are already using a free trial you then won’t have the opportunity to benefit from the brand new deal.
Anyone that does join to Amazon Music Unlimited will have the opportunity to enjoy an unlimited library of 90million songs, which offers one thing that rival service Spotify cannot match.
Amazon’s entire Music Unlimited library is offered in what’s dubbed HD audio.
That is Amazon’s name for lossless audio, which offers CD quality audio when streaming.
Amazon Music Unlimited also has a library of over seven million songs in Ultra HD, which is healthier than lossless audio quality.
Spotify is planning on launching its own lossless audio feature called Spotify HiFi, but while it’s planned to launch this yr an actual launch date hasn’t been announced.
Like Spotify and Apple Music, Amazon’s Music Unlimited also permits you to take heed to music offline, access a library of podcasts and have unlimited access to any song.