Amazon Music Unlimited, which is separate, is the company’s premium service, and it’s designed to be a rival to Spotify and Apple Music. It’s currently available in over 35 countries worldwide.
Amazon Music Unlimited is now available in Canada. Yesterday, the e-commerce giant announced details of the expansion which includes a 90-day trial (4-month trial for residents of Quebec).
Amazon has finally launched its Music Unlimited subscription streaming platform in Canada. The online retail giant first released its premium music streaming platform in the U.S. back in October 2016, followed by a variety of countries in the European market a few months later.
Amazon Music Unlimited is not the same as Prime Music, which was originally launched in November 2017 when Amazon introduced their Echo speakers to Canada. While Prime Music is included with Amazon Prime subscriptions, Music Unlimited is a separate standalone subscription.
Amazon has announced that their Amazon Music Unlimited streaming music service is now available in Canada. The service is available with a 90-day free trial. After that, Prime members will pay CDN $7.99 per month or CDN $79 per year, while non-Prime members will pay CDN $9.99 per month.
Start a 90-day free trial. Plans starting at CDN$ 7.99/month + any taxes after your free trial. Cancel anytime. Quebec residents receive an initial 4-month subscription instead of a free trial.
Amazon has launched a streaming music service, but similar to its streaming video services it’s not available in Canada yet.