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You can get FREE Amazon Music for three months – with 60million songs that work on your phone, Alexa and PC


Aug. 06, 2020

AMAZON is giving away three months of free access to its music subscription.
The Spotify and Apple Music rival boasts an impressive roster of 60million songs, and works across a range of devices.
It's part of an extended free trial for the Amazon Music Unlimited HD streaming service.
Amazon boasts that it offers over double the bitrate (boosting sound quality) than rival streaming services.
And it also offers "hi-res" audio with 10x the usual bitrate – in a similar way to how 4K TV trumps HD or standard definition.
Try Amazon Music Unlimited HD for 90 days – get here
You'll be able to listen to Amazon on your phone, tablet, laptop or PC.
And it'll work on Amazon Echo speakers too – just ask Alexa.
Once the 90-day trial is up, you'll be automatically charged for the full subscription price.
That'll cost you £14.99, or £12.99 if you're an Amazon Prime member.
You can't combine the offer with any other deal or voucher, and you need to be 18 years old to subscribe.
The offer is also limited to one per customer and account, so you can't redeem this multiple times.
There's also a limited time to claim the deal: it'll end on August 18, which is just over a week away.
You won't be eligible if you're currently in a free trial for Amazon Music Unlimited, you already pay for the service, or you previously used/trialled it.
That means the only way to bag the 90-day free membership is to be a completely new listener.
Try Amazon Music Unlimited HD for 90 days – get here
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