Samsung’s smart TVs will now be some of the first third-party, non-Alexa devices that are able to stream Amazon Prime Music and Unlimited Music in the US and elsewhere. It is yet another reason to have Prime.
This service will also work on all of Samsung’s audio devices, including sound bars and wireless speakers too.
While it is true that Amazon Prime Music has a limited choice compared to services like Spotify or Apple Music, it does have one major advantage: It’s free if you’re already a Prime member, at least for those in the US and UK. So that is a big draw. Free is always nice, even if your choices are a bit more limited. Unlimited Music gives you more choice, but is a paid service with a discount for Prime members and Echo owners. Until now, the services have been limited to your phone, PC, Amazon’s Echo or other Alexa devices from Sonos and others. But now Samsung is getting in on the act.
The music services will work on most Samsung Smart TV models if you’re in the US, United Kingdom, Germany, Austria, France, Italy and Spain. At least for now. for now. Some countries like the US and UK offer Prime Music and Unlimited Music, while other nations like France only have the Unlimited option.
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