Amazon Music Unlimited is taking on established streaming services, as company looks to corner home-listening market through integration with Echo smart speakers
Amazon has launched Amazon Music Unlimited, a competitor to Spotify and Apple Music, as part of the company’s push into music streaming.
Amazon Music Unlimited, which will initially only be available in the US, is a head-to-head competitor with Spotify, charging the same $9.99 (£8.15) monthly fee as that service. But Amazon is attempting to beat the streaming service on price when it comes to certain target markets. Amazon Prime customers, for instance, can pick up their subscription for $7.99, a $2 a month saving on competitors.
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