Amazon’s Music Unlimited Service launched earlier this year for $7.99 a month if you’re a Prime member or $9.99 if you are not. With this service you can get full access to all of the music on Amazon.
Now Amazon has rolled out an Amazon Student plan that allows students to subscribe to Amazon Music for just $4.99 a month. This pricing is available to all Prime Student members and offers a free six-month trial after that.
To sign up for the service you first must register your .edu email account with Amazon, proving that you are a student and qualify for the Prime discount.
If you love music and have an .edu email address, this service is one you may want to try out even if you just want the free trial.
Amazon is hoping that its Amazon Music Unlimited service will take on others such as Spotify and Apple Music. With the shift from buying music to subscribing to unlimited music options grows Amazon is hoping to build a strong market share in the world of music streaming.
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