There are over two million songs available on Prime Music, Amazon’s free ad-free on-demand music subscription service. Amazon Music Unlimited, a subscription service delivering over 60 million songs, 70,000 podcasts (including NPR’s Up First, Stuff You Should Know, Criminal, Ted Talks Daily, and thousands of playlists and stations), and thousands of playlists and stations, is included with Amazon Music. You can stream it to multiple devices and listen to major artists such as The Beatles, Lady Gaga, Michael Jackson, Stevie Nicks, Taylor Swift, Beyoncé, Led Zeppelin, Queen, The Eagles, and Elton John. This article will answer some of the questions that may be asked about Amazon Prime Music and how to benefit from becoming a member.
Yes, there is a free trial for Amazon Prime Music. Amazon Prime Music is included with the regular Prime membership at no additional cost. There are over 2 million songs, as well as over a thousand playlists and programs created by Amazon’s music experts, available on Amazon Music Prime.
The length of the Amazon Prime Music free trial is 90 days. However, if you sign up for Amazon Prime as a student, you’ll get a whopping six-month free trial period. Talk about a cool deal, right?
It’s the same way you’d terminate a regular Prime subscription. Visit the Apple website to terminate your Amazon Music subscription if you signed up through iTunes. You can access this through your iPhone settings.
If you signed up with a third party, such as Google, Apple, or a mobile service provider, you may need to seek assistance from the third party to cancel or receive a refund, if applicable.
Here’s how to cancel your Amazon Music subscription if you signed up directly through Amazon:
- Visit Your Amazon Music Settings
- Go to the Amazon Music Unlimited section
- Select the Cancel option in your Subscription Renewal details and confirm the cancellation
Keep in mind that you can only carry out one free trial session
If you’re a non-Prime member, the subscription will cost $9.99 per month. If you’re already a Prime member, then you’ll pay 8.99 per month or $79 annually.
You can also submit your information about receiving government assistance and score a monthly subscription of 6.99 (even after the 30-day free trial).
One of the best deals going for Amazon Prime Music is either simply signing up for Amazon Prime to get the music subscription for free or buying an Echo device or Fire device to pay only $3.99 per month. Also, don’t forget to look out for Prime day every year, where you can get up to a four-month free trial.
Another way to get the hook-up is you can remind a friend or family member about your birthday or anniversary and hint at wanting a subscription to Amazon Prime. Others can gift you a Prime membership for either three months ($49) or a year ($139). A Prime membership can also be shared with one other person if you simply just don’t want the full responsibility of the monthly fee.
Amazon Prime Music cannot be accessed without an Amazon Prime membership. There is no alternative method to sign up for the service. Prime Music memberships are free with Amazon Prime memberships. You must have an Amazon account to stream music using Prime Music. If you don’t already have one, you must create one. You can create an Amazon account by clicking on ‘Try Prime Free’ and then ‘Create your Amazon account.’ Please set up two-factor authentication for your account as well. Amazon will then verify your account by sending an OTP (one-time password) to your email. You’ll then be asked to enter your credit or debit card info. After you’ve done that, you’ll be signed up.