Amazon is offering three months of free Amazon Music Unlimited streaming in both the United States and the United Kingdom.
After the three months are up, you’ll be switched to a full plan that costs $9.99/£7.99 per month for Amazon Prime members, so you’ll need to cancel before the free trial ends to avoid being charged.
This offer is only available to new Amazon Music Unlimited subscribers, so if you’ve previously had a trial, you won’t be able to participate.
Amazon Music Unlimited has over 75 million ad-free songs available for streaming on a variety of devices, including the company’s own Echo speakers. You can, of course, download tracks to listen to offline on your smartphone or tablet.
This now includes access to the HD side of the service, which allows for spatial audio such as Dolby Atmos and higher quality music.
As with other streaming music services, there’s also a $14.99/£14.99 per month option for a family plan that covers up to six family members, all of whom can stream music on any device they want.