Amazon is increasing the price of its Music Unlimited music streaming service for Prime users in the US and UK starting in May.
Amazon Music Unlimited will be more expensive for Prime members.
As part of an updated FAQ, Amazon this week announced a price increase for Amazon Music Unlimited in the US and UK. Amazon Prime subscribers will have to dig deeper into their pockets for the music streaming service from May 5th.
Music Unlimited for Prime customers will be more expensive
The price for the Amazon Music Unlimited subscription for Prime users was previously $7.99 or £7.99 per month and $79 or £79 for an annual subscription $89/£89 for the annual subscription and $8.99/£8.99 for the monthly subscription. The price of the single device plan increases from US$3.99 or £3.99 to US$4.99 or £4.99.
Amazon Music also still included in the Prime subscription
However, the price for non-Prime subscribers will not change. However, with the current price increase in the US and UK, the discount for Prime members is decreasing. Instead of $2 or £2, Prime customers now save just $1 or £1 a month. The Amazon Music subscription is still included in the Prime subscription. However, the package only includes a trimmed music catalog with around two million songs.
Will the subscription also be more expensive in Germany?
In Germany, the Amazon Music Unlimited subscription for Prime customers currently costs EUR 7.99 per month. It remains to be seen whether the price will also rise to EUR 8.99 in Germany. Corresponding plans on the part of Amazon are not yet known.
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