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Until May 24, Amazon UK is offering three months of Amazon Music Unlimited for free. The streaming service would typically set you back £9.99 a month.
If you’ve yet to catch up on what Amazon Music Unlimited is all about, here’s the low-down: the streaming service has a vast library of over 70million songs, offering a plethora of titles available at a tap of the finger – you can even listen to the songs offline. And there are no intrusive ads to interrupt your listening sessions.
Amazon Music Unlimited is accessible through three platforms: a web browser, a native desktop app and a mobile app for iOS and Android devices, all presented in an easy-to-use user interface. You can also get the best out of Amazon Music Unlimited if you play your music through any of Amazon’s Echo, Fire TV, or Fire Tablets devices.
While the subscriptions will renew automatically after the free period, you can cancel at any time if you find the app’s not your groove.