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Amazon Expands Free Music Service

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Amazon Expands Free Music Service

Amazon Expands Free Music Service

Amazon Expands Free Music Service.

The company made its ad-sponsored Amazon Music streaming tier free to iOS, Android and Amazon Fire TV users.

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Music fans will be able to play thousands of stations based on any song, artist, era, and genre; hear top global playlists; and the best in holiday tunes.

, Amazon, via blog post.

The free streaming tier was previously only available to owners of Echo speakers and other Alexa devices.

A Prime subscription is not required, but an Amazon account is needed to access the playlists.

Amazon’s other streaming tiers, such as Amazon Music Unlimited, offer ad-free streaming for a monthly subscription fee.


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