You Can Get Amazon Prime Music Unlimited For Free For 3 Months Right Now

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If you’ve been wanting to give Amazon Prime Music a try, now might be one of the best times to sign up.

Amazon is currently offering three months of the streaming music service for free, provided you haven’t used the service before. The other catch is that you need to sign up using a VPN with US servers as the offer isn’t available on the Australian version of Amazon.

After the three months, you’ll be charged $US9.99 a month, or $US7.99 if you’re an Amazon Prime member. Like most deals, the offer is limited to one per customer and account.

Prime Music is included in an Amazon Prime membership at no extra charge and includes over 2 million songs and more than 2000 playlists, all of which can be played ad-free and offline with unlimited skips.

Amazon Music Unlimited ups the ante a bit and offers unlimited access to 50 million songs, including a number of exclusive songs and albums as well as access to the newest releases.