This Early Prime Day offer comes with 4 months of Amazon Music Unlimited free

Amazon Prime Day will be here 12 Julybut Prime Day early offers have already landed, and that includes offers on some of Amazon’s own services, such as Amazon Music Unlimited, which have made our favorites list music streaming services.

Streaming is easier than ever music, podcasts and more directly on your devices, wherever you are. However, as more platforms emerge, it can be difficult to choose, especially when you spend your hard-earned money. Trying out different services can help you find the right one for you, and now as part of its Prime Day Early Bird offer, Amazon is offering new subscribers the chance to try Amazon Music Unlimited for four full months – absolutely free.

Although Amazon Music Unlimited does not have subscriber numbers to that Spotify it does now, it’s still a great streaming option for the average listener, with more features being added all the time. When you sign up for an account, you’ll have access to all kinds of exclusive content and benefits, including a listening library of over 75 million songs, HD Audio on select songs, a wealth of podcasts to choose from and more, ensuring you’ll never have a boring commute again.

After the four-month free streaming service trial period, your subscription will automatically renew for $ 10 per month (or $ 9 for Prime members) for Amazon Music Unlimited, unless you opt out. But you can cancel at any time by visiting yours Amazon Music Settings. There’s also a free version, but you’ll only be able to access select playlists and ad stations, so it’s only worth taking advantage of this offer for exclusive content.

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