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You can get 4 months of free Amazon Music in early Prime Day deals

The first Prime Day deals kicked off in style. Amazon is offering new subscribers an extended free trial for Amazon Music Unlimited. In the UK, it’s four months free; in the US and Australia, it’s three months free. In other words, now you can get 120 or 90 days of unlimited streaming of millions of lossless, high-resolution tracks without paying anything.

The music streaming service usually costs £9.99 / $9.99 / AU$11.99 per month, so this deal gives you a decent total saving. Note that the offer – available now until July 13/14 depending on the territory – can only be subscribed to by those who have not yet taken advantage of a free trial of Amazon Music.

Amazon Music Unlimited offers over 75 million songs, thousands of playlists, and millions of songs in lossless, high-resolution audio. At the end of your three-month free trial, your subscription will automatically renew at the standard monthly subscription rate mentioned above, unless you choose to cancel at this point. You can cancel at any time.

We are fans of Amazon Music Unlimited. With its huge catalog of songs and the fact that it bundles lossless, high-resolution tracks into the standard subscription fee, it’s a very credible Spotify and Apple Music rival.

This three-month free offer gives you an “individual” plan, which gives access to 75 million tracks (many of them in CD quality and high-resolution audio), thousands of playlists and stations, as well as the offline reading and hands-free listening. using Alexa. There are also no annoying ads.

Amazon Music Unlimited is compatible with smartphones and tablets via its Android and iOS apps; PC and Mac through its web player or desktop application; Fire tablets and Fire TVs; certain in-car entertainment systems; Sonos multi-room wireless speakers; Bluesound and NAD BluOS devices. It’s worth noting that you can’t access CD-quality music or hi-res tracks through a browser though. This can only be done through the dedicated desktop and mobile apps.

If you have an Amazon Echo Studio, you can also enjoy Amazon’s catalog of 3D audio tracks (encoded in Dolby Atmos or Sony 360 Reality Audio).

For those looking to get into the hi-res streaming foray (you won’t regret it!), this Amazon Music Unlimited deal is your best bet right now. As you can experience without parting with a single scent, the lure is even bigger.

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