Amazon Music Unlimited Gets More Expensive on Feb. 21

Amazon is set to increase the price of its Music Unlimited Individual and Student plans starting on Feb. 21.

The Amazon Music Unlimited Individual Plan is set to rise from $9.99 to $10.99 per month(Opens in a new window), where as the Student Plan is increasing from $4.99 to $5.99 per month. Amazon said it’s doing this “to help us bring you even more content and features,” but hasn’t announced what that content or features are yet.

Amazon most recently raised the price of Music Unlimited in April last year for Prime members. The same explanation of “new content and features” was given for subscribers needing to pay more for the service.

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If you are a Prime subscriber you gain access to Amazon Music Prime for free, but need to pay $8.99 per month for Music Unlimited in order to unlock higher quality audio and spatial audio. Both Music Prime and Music Unlimited offer access to the same selection of 100 million songs, with no ads, and unlimited plays. The full list of differences(Opens in a new window) is available on Amazon’s help pages.

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