Amazon’s new Music Unlimited streaming service stands out as competitive with existing music service with a base rate of $9.99 per month, but it also comes in two cheaper flavours, including a $7.99 monthly subscription for Prime members, and $3.99 per month for Echo owners, which a great deal vs. other options including Spotify. You also get a bonus discount if you pay up front for a whole year, meaning there’s a lot to like from the service. Unfortunately for international folks, it’s only available in the U.S. right now.
If you compare the price with what Spotify has in offer, you can see why Spotify should be worried.
Spotify users can pay 99 cents to upgrade to premium service for three months—a subscription that usually costs $10 per month. If you’re on the fence about jumping from the free version of Spotify to its premium all-you-can-eat streaming and download service, now is a good time