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This article was published on November 16, 2016

Amazon Music Unlimited now has a six-person plan for $15

Amazon Music Unlimited now has a six-person plan for $15
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Amazon launched its Music Unlimited service a month ago at $7.99 per month for Prime members, $9.99 for anyone else, or even 3.99 if you stream from an Echo. But one price tier was consipciously missing: a family plan

That’s now available. As with other major streaming services, up to six people can access the family plan for $14.99 per month. Alternatively, you can save yourself 30 bucks by signing up for a full year for $149.

All family members get their own set of tailored suggestions so you don’t screw up your sister’s music recommendations, and there’s no limit to simultaneous playback across accounts.

And no, you don’t actually have to be family. Check out the source link below to sign up or for more information.