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The Amazon Music Unlimited Argentina launch expands its Latin American reach. How much does Amazon Music cost and is HD streaming available in Argentina?
Is Amazon Music available in Argentina? Yes! The Amazon Music country list recently expanded to include Argentina, bringing an Amazon Music Unlimited subscription tier to the region for the first time.
90 million songs are now available to stream on the platform. The Argentinian launch in adds another country to Amazon Music’s Latin American collection – Amazon Music Unlimited was made available in Chile and Colombia in November 2021.
How much is Amazon Music in Argentina?
Amazon Music Unlimited in Argentina costs ARS $279 a month for an Individual Plan. A single device plan costs ARS $99, allowing unlimited streaming of one Echo International Device. The Family Plan option meanwhile is ARS $489 monthly – six family members can use the subscription at a time.
You can sign up to Amazon Music for free with a three month free trial for a limited time.
Users can stream in HD on Amazon Music for no extra charge. A limited version of Amazon Music is also available for everybody for free with adverts, with a selection of radio stations and playlists available to listen to.
Along with the launch comes a new selection of curated playlists to promote Argentinian music artists and those further afield. Flow Argento showcases Argentinian rappers and trap music, and Mate en la Mañana is a playlist of international releases. Weekly releases feature on Cumbia al Sur, and Clásicos Rock Argentino is a rock music mix.
Director of Latin America for Amazon Music Federico Pedersen said: “We’re so proud to continue to expand the reach of Amazon Music in Latin America and bring fans more ways of engaging with their favorite artists, both new and current favorites.
“Argentina has a rich and diverse cultural heritage that is reflected in its musical talent. We’re excited to bring customers a wide range of locally and globally curated content, including podcasts, playlists, and stations.”
Check out our full guide to Amazon Music, for listeners and artists, here!