Amazon Music Unlimited is offering a solid deal just before everyone kicks off most of their Black Friday deals. Right now, users can sign up for four months of unlimited ad-free music streaming for only $0.99!
Amazon’s music streaming service is a solid competitor to the likes of Spotify, Apple Music, and YouTube Music. It has a huge library of music, the app has Chromecast and Alexa voice support, and with this deal, it’s nearly free for the next four months.
There are a few things to note about this deal. First, it is only available for people who have not previously signed up for Amazon Music Unlimited. Second, it’s only available until January 6, so you have until then to decide if you want to give it a try. Third, after the four months are up, you will need to pay the standard monthly cost of $9.99 a month of $7.99 a month for Prime subscribers in order to keep using the service.
Amazon offered a similar deal to this last year. The difference is that the previous Amazon Music Unlimited deal only offered three months of access for the same $0.99 price tag. Last year’s deal was a hard one to beat, but Amazon managed to do it this time around.
So, if you are interested in Amazon Music Unlimited, or are just looking for a new music streaming service, you shouldn’t pass this deal up!
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