Amazon Music Unlimited Raises Prices for Prime Members

From CNET: Amazon is raising its monthly fee for Amazon Music Unlimited, and the price increase will affect Prime members who are on the individual plan as well as people with the Amazon Music Unlimited family plan.

The new prices are now listed on the homepage for Amazon Music. New customers will begin seeing the changed price now, and existing customers will see the increase on their first bill on or after Sept. 19.

An Amazon representative confirmed the price increase.

Amazon Music Unlimited promises unlimited access to 100 million songs, touting its on-demand, ad-free access, plus access to ad-free top podcasts. There's a 30-day free trial.

The Amazon Music Unlimited individual plan for Prime members was $9 per month and will now cost $10. The annual cost is going up from $89 to $99. Non-Prime customers pay $11 per month, so there's still a slight savings for those with Prime.

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