Amazon Music Unlimited is now available in the UK, Germany, and Austria

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Amazon’s new premium music streaming service, called Music Unlimited, is now available in the UK, Germany, and Austria. The service launched a month ago in the US but is now available overseas. Pricing is identical to that in the US, but just in the respective country’s currency. Non-Prime members will pay £9.99/9,99€ per month. Prime members will pay £7.99/7,99€ per month but also have the option to pay £79/79€ annually. Amazon is also offering the Echo-only plan overseas for £3.99/3,99€ per month, but remember, that only allows access on a single device.

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3 comments
  1. Christopher Loughrey says:

    Important to not is they require you to have a locally issued credit card to order, unlike other services like Prime.

    • Seb says:

      Well, in Germany and Austria a checking account will suffice. The monthly fee will be collected via direct debit from the checking account.

  2. Liam says:

    Lmao charging UK customers more as usual.

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