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Amazon Music Unlimited increases by $1/month for Prime and Single Device Plan members

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The Amazon Music Unlimited music streaming service is dropping from $7.99 per month to $8.99 per month for Prime subscribers.

Amazon Music Unlimited offers a complete music streaming experience, with unlimited, on-demand access to 90 million ad-free songs, plus HD and spatial audio, offline playback, and millions of podcast episodes.

Amazon Music Unlimited is free for the first month, then $7.99 per month (or $79 per year) for Prime subscribers. Pricing for Prime members goes up to $8.99 per month in the US. Non-Prime members will continue to pay $9.99 per month and family plan members will continue to pay $14.99 per month. Amazon Music Prime, with its limited catalog, is always free for Prime members. This price hike saves Prime subscribers just a dollar a month.

Amazon Music Unlimited’s single-device plan also increases its price from $3.99 per month to $4.99 per month. The Single Device Plan gives subscribers unlimited access to the full catalog on a single eligible Echo or Fire TV device. Even with the price hike, much like Apple Music’s voice plan, the Tier is a great option for those who want a budget streaming service for their Amazon smart speaker or TV.

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