Students can now get Amazon Music Unlimited for just $0.99

Amazon are helping those on a student budget out who want to stream all of the music around the world without interruption.

Music streaming has made it possible to access nearly all of the music in the world, present and past, at an affordable monthly price. But if you’re a student, once you’ve dished out for all those $100+ textbooks even $10 a month may not be feasible.

Amazon have got students covered with their new pricing plan for Amazon Music Unlimited. Students can now sign up to the service for just $0.99 a month and stream from over 50 million songs, as well as thousands of curated playlists and stations to explore.

Amazon Music Unlimited’s discounted student offering comes as part of their Prime Student package. Prime Student offers Amazon’s Prime service with one-day delivery, Prime TV’s film and TV shows and more for a discounted price. As part of the new offer they’re offering students a free 6 month trial of Student Prime.

Those on the Student Prime plan can add Amazon Music Unlimited for just $0.99 a month to their plan. Amazon Prime’s Vice President, Cem Sibay says: “Music is truly an integral part of campus life and bringing Amazon Music’s premium subscription tier to Prime Student members lets students enjoy their favourite artists, songs and playlists on demand and ad-free at an incredibly low price.

“With Prime Student, members can enjoy this new music benefit along with exclusive student offers throughout the year, making it easy to access the best of shopping and entertainment from Prime at a great value.”

Head to Amazon Prime now to check out all the student benefits and sign up for your free 6 month trial.

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