Amazon is giving away 3 months of Music Unlimited for just 99p

Amazon is gearing up to aggressively pursue the Black Friday deals starting by slashing access to three months of its Music Unlimited service to 99p.

The streaming service which apes the likes of Spotify and Apple Music normally costs £7.99 a month, with yearly subscriptions setting buyers back by £79.

But the massive three-month discount appears to be a move by Amazon to attract people to sign up to Music Unlimited, giving the 40 million plus songs it has on offer a whirl.

Music Unlimited also has a few extras in the mix, including the ability to download songs to listen to while offline; a boon for commuters on London’s Underground. And a single subscription allows users to stream to multiple devices, notably Amazon’s own Echo speaker.

Speaking of the Echo, Amazon also has an Echo-only subscription deal that allows users to stream songs to the smart speaker for £3.99 a month. Though if you already have an Echo device, then the 99p 3-month deal seems like the best option by some margin.

There are a few minor caveats to the deal, notably that you forgo the 30-day free trial if you opt for the 99p deal, and if you decide to quit Music Unlimited before the three months are over, then you won’t get back any money or unused music streaming. But for 99p that hardly seems like a massive risk.

People wanting to give Music Unlimited a go will also have to have an Amazon account as well.

The promotion runs from November 14 to December 1, so music fans should sign up sooner than later to avoid missing the deal.

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