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Get 3 Months of Amazon Music Unlimited for $0.99

If you'd like a simple online service that lets you download and stream tens of millions of songs directly to your phone, set-top box, or PC, Amazon's Music Unlimited is a worthy option. And in celebration of the holiday season, new subscribers can get their first three months for just $0.99.

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Wherever your travels take you, you can listen to everything from big band to trap without any interruptions from ads. Once you've gone through all of your go-to tunes, you can explore recommendations and on-the-fly playlists.

Whether you're listening in your browser, on your smartphone, with your Echo speakers, or even through your Fire TV, you'll have more music than you could possibly listen to. And with the holidays right around the corner, this is a great way to get your fix of your favorite seasonal jams.

After your trial period is over, Amazon Prime members only pay $7.99 per month for the individual plan. Non-members pay $9.99 per month for Music Unlimited on an individual basis, but you can always give Prime a go. Not only will you get a discount on this service, but you'll get unlimited access to Prime Video, Prime Reading, Twitch Prime, and online photo storage too.

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And once your three months are over, you can easily upgrade to the family plan to share your collection with your loved ones. For $14.99 a month, anywhere from two to six members of your family can enjoy the benefits of Amazon Music Unlimited.

Note: Terms and conditions apply. See the Amazon site for more information.

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