Amazon has brought its music streaming service in the UK, which was previously open to consumers in the US. Prime Music, as the name suggests, is a service available to all Prime members, opening up a world of audio entertainment at no extra cost. There is also the option of a free 30-day trial, should you wish to get a taste of what Amazon has on offer.
So what's Amazon Prime Music all about? Much like the on-demand video service, the retailer is offering unlimited, ad-free access to over a million songs, as well as "hundreds of hand-built playlists." As noted already, this service is included in the Amazon Prime membership, meaning you'll need to fork out £79 a year. But as well as the music service, you'll also get movies, free deliveries and more.
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