Amazon announced the launch of Amazon Music Unlimited, a new online music service with which pose an alternative to Spotify or Apple Music, among others.
The Seattle-based company said in a statement that Amazon Music Unlimited will cost $9.99 per month for non-Prime subscribers and $7.99 to month, or $79 per year for those who are.
In addition, there will be a special offer to Amazon Echo owners, the smart device microphone and speaker of the company, through which Amazon Music Unlimited will cost $ 3.99 per month.
One of the most highlighted aspects of Amazon Music Unlimited streaming service is its combination with Echo, allowing, for example, the user requests a song to the device through voice saying its title or any of the verses of his letter.
The company founded by Jeff Bezos, who already had an online music service called Prime Music, said Amazon Music Unlimited will have “a catalog of tens of millions of songs” as well as thousands of playlists.
For further information, visit amazon.com/AmazonMusicUnlimited.