Amazon Music Unlimited Review
What do you get
1 month free trial for Unlimited music and downloads
6 Users per subscription – enough for an average size family
Download to listen offline, saving data
Access to 40 Million songs
Full price £14.99 per month (after trial and discounted 3 months)
Should you sign up?
Well, you have to be a new subscriber, which means that you can’t already have Amazon Prime.
I set up my Amazon Music Unlimited account simply because it was free and I love music. I didn’t have any music on my phone and struggled with Youtube while getting ready in the morning, searching for songs or trying to make a rushed playlist. As I am always on the look out for something free or very cheap, I stumbled on an offer for 3 months free when entering code ‘FAMILY 3’ at the checkout (this is suject to change). I found that not only do you get 3 months for £3, but you also get 1 month totally free as a trial.
After my sister signed up and explained that she had registered several accounts for her family on this one subscription and that it was great, I thought that I would give it a try too.
The process to sign up was really easy – I just went to my amazon account and found Music Unlimited, signed up for the trial and entered my code before completion. I was then able to access my music STRAIGHT AWAY which was great and I was up and running that night with my #girlpartyforone. Happy lady.
I forgot to tell the boys for a few days that I could also get them free unlimited music with my account. Obviously they were chuffed as I think they were also fed up of sifting through youtube to find their favorite music. I simply had to register their emails and they were up and running too!
We think that it is fab to say that it is part freebie and part heavily discounted. I listen to mine every day and find it really easy to navigate. Kind of dreading having to make the choice whether to pay full price or cancel. Obviously this is just my opinion but give it a trial for yourself and see what you think 🙂
*Please check the terms and conditions before purchasing and also make a note of the date that you will need to cancel if you choose not to subscribe in full, Amazon are on the ball with collecting subscription fees so very important to cancel on time if you don’t want it*
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