The price of an Amazon Music Unlimited plan will increase from $8 to $9 for Prime members, Amazon has confirmed. It also increases the price for a “single device” subscription from $4 to $5 discovered by consumer reports Reporter Nicholas DeLeon. Non-Prime members continue to pay $10 per month, and the family plan continues to cost $15 per month for Prime members only.
The news means Prime subscribers are unlikely to get a deal on Amazon Music Unlimited, while Prime Video is still included with the plan for free. The price is still a little cheaper for Prime members than Apple Music ($10 per month) or Spotify ($10 per month). Amazon also offers Prime members Music Prime for free, but you’re limited to 2 million songs and can only play on one device at a time.
Amazon Music Unlimited is obviously best if you’re a Prime subscriber and have an Echo or other Alexa device, although it works on tablets, smartphones, TVs, Amazon Fire devices, PCs, etc. However, the user interface is generally considered sub-par compared to Apple Music or Spotify due to the lack of things like biographies in artist profiles. Benefits include downloads for offline listening and HD, Dolby Atmos, and Sony 360RA streaming at no extra cost.
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