Amazon launches free streaming music service for Prime members

It looks like the rumors have come true: Amazon has just launched Amazon Prime Music with a million-plus songs and unlimited streaming sans ads.

As we noted earlier, the service is free to Prime members who’ve paid $79 to $119 for a subscription, and Amazon clearly hopes that it’ll be yet another carrot to lure new members. The site has already been well stocked with playlists like “Powerful women of pop” along with albums and songs, all marked at $0.00 for Prime members.

The service is ready to go, as we were able to successfully sign up ourselves and start listening to music. However, we’re still waiting to hear from Amazon for more details, so stay tuned for updates.

 

Source: Engadget - Read the full article here

Author: Daily Tech Whip

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