Amazon recently launched a new standalone music streaming service called Amazon Music Unlimited. And now it’s offering a plan to subscribers that many of its rivals like Spotify and Apple Music already offer. The company has introduced a $14.99 Family Plan for users to enjoy.
The plan allows members of a family to get full access to the streaming service for one subscription charge per month. It is very similar to the one that Apple Music and Spotify offer. For the cost of $14.99 per month, the Family Plan lets up to six people share a single account. So if you and your family want to get in on this, go for it. Users in the United States can sign up right now.
Amazon Music Unlimited is priced at $9.99 per month. However, you can actually get it for cheaper if you are interested in the service. Amazon Prime members can subscribe to this service for just $7.99 per month. Pricing for the Family Plan is $14.99 for all users whether or not they subscribe to Amazon Prime. That seems weird, but if you split the cost between family members that is a pretty sweet deal. You really can’t complain about that price at all.
Source UbergizmoFiled Under: Entertainment News