Last month Amazon launched their new music streaming service in the US.

Today they have expanded the availability of that service, launching Amazon Music Unlimited in the UK, allowing Amazon Prime members to subscribe to the service for just £7.99 a month, or non-Prime members to subscribe for £9.99 a month.

And if you have an Echo or Echo Dot, you can take advantage of an even cheaper deal at £3.99 a month, however, that subscription will only work with the Echo.

You can try it out today with Amazon’s free trial for 30 days.

Steve Boom, Vice President Amazon Music explained more about the launch with the following:

“We’ve been thrilled with customer reaction to the launch of Amazon Music Unlimited in the U.S. last month and we’re excited to quickly bring the service to customers in the UK.”

“Starting today, Amazon Music Unlimited offers our UK customers playlists and stations curated by our music experts in the UK, featuring leading British and international artists – we think customers are going to love it.”

Jeff Bezos, the founder and CEO of Amazon also added the following:

“Amazon Music Unlimited brings real value to the millions of people in the UK who are already Prime members, with a choice of subscribing for only £7.99 a month or even £79 per year.”

“And if you want a sense of the future of voice-controlled music, go ahead and ask Alexa for a free Amazon Music Unlimited trial, and play around on your Echo. If you don’t know the name of a song but know a few lyrics, if you want to hear songs from a specific decade, or even if you’re looking for music to match your mood, just ask. Our U.S. customers love Amazon Music Unlimited on Echo, and we think our UK customers will too.”

You can find out more at the source link below.

Source: Amazon

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