AMAZON is handing out memberships to its music streaming service for FREE – so you can pause your Spotify membership for a while.
You can claim three months of Amazon Music Unlimited without any fee right now.
Amazon Music Unlimited is available on a three-month free trial – rather than the usual one-month offerCredit: Amazon
It’s an alternative to services like Spotify and Apple Music.
And it usually costs £7.99/$7.99 a month, if you were paying full price.
That’s £23.97 over three months, so this deal is a decent saving.
One of the ways to listen to Amazon Music Unlimited is through an Alexa speakerCredit: Amazon
Of course, once this three-month free trial is up, you’ll start being automatically billed.
So if you don’t want to pay for the service after you’ve tried it, don’t forget to cancel it ahead of time.
Importantly, this deal is only available to new subscribers to Amazon Music Unlimited.
If you’ve previously paid for the service – or claimed a free trial before – then you won’t be eligible.
It’s a handy service to have, as it’s supported by Amazon’s Alexa speakers.
So if you have any of the Amazon Echo products, you’ll be able to play tunes with Amazon Music Unlimited.
The service offers up 50million “hi-def” songs, all ad-free.
And you can also download songs for offline playback on a smartphone or tablet.
Bag the deal here:
All prices in this article were correct at the time of writing, but may have since changed. Always do your own research before making any purchase.
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