Amazon are offering 4 months of Music Unlimited for $1 to Prime members

Prime members that haven’t already signed up can get 4 months of Amazon’s music streaming service Music Unlimited, with 60 million songs for just $0.99.

Prime members already get access to Prime Music for free. This service offers subscribers two million songs available for streaming. Amazon Music Unlimited is the companies full blown streaming service with access to 60 million songs. Amazon Music has seen massive growth in the last year, with Counterpoint Research recently estimating over 100% growth year-on-year.

With Prime Day scheduled for October 13 and 14th, Amazon are already offering some great deals exclusively for Prime members, such as two Echo Dots for just $39.98.

The offer is open to new subscribers of the streaming service. The same deal is available in the UK for just 99p. After four months, subscriptions will automatically continue for the usual (Prime member) price of $/£7.99, unless cancelled.

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Non-Prime members can get Music Unlimited for just $/£9.99 per month, with the first three months for $/£0.99.

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