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Amazon Ups the Ante By Offering Extended Free Trials to Amazon Music, Kindle Unlimited

The online giant is doubling up on its deals for two of its most popular services

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Amazon is doing its part to keep people entertained right now with extended free trials for two of its most popular services. The deals are available now as part of Amazon’s Prime Day 2021 deals, and get you free access to Amazon Music Unlimited and Kindle Unlimited for up to four months if you’re a new subscriber.

1. Amazon Music Unlimited

Right now, Amazon is offering four months of free access to Amazon Music Unlimited, the site’s premium music streaming service (that competes with the likes of Spotify and Apple Music). Your free trial gets you access to tens of millions of songs in HD quality, with no ads and unlimited skips. You can even download your favorite tracks to play them offline. Amazon Music Unlimited currently offers music streaming in higher quality than Spotify and Apple Music, meaning you’ll hear your favorite tracks in high-definition, lossless audio.

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Amazon Music Unlimited Four-Month Free Trial: Get it Here

You can listen on your computer (Mac and PC) or mobile device (iPhone and Android) via the Amazon website or the Amazon Music app. Your Amazon Music library will automatically update on all of your devices, so you can pick up where you left off whenever you left off. You can also stream Amazon Music tracks from Alexa-enabled smart speakers, like the Amazon Echo or Sonos One using your voice.

Sign up using the link above and get instant access. Once your four months are up, Amazon Music Unlimited is just $9.99 a month ($7.99 per month for Amazon Prime Members). This is the same price as Spotify or Apple Music. There’s no annual commitment though, so you can cancel anytime.

2. Kindle Unlimited

Prefer a good book over a good song? Amazon is also extending the length of its free trial for Kindle Unlimited. Amazon typically offers a 30-day free trial but its new deal gets you four months of free access to a library of over one million books, a rotating catalogue of magazines, and thousands of audiobooks.

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Kindle Unlimited Two-Month Free Trial: Get it Here

Choose from best-selling fiction, new releases, book club favorites and more. Read or listen anytime on any device via the Kindle app (you don’t need to own a Kindle to download the e-books). An Amazon technology called Whispersync will sync your place across devices, like an omnipresent digital bookmark.

A Kindle Unlimited membership continues for just $9.99 a month after your four months of free reading are up. You can cancel anytime.

The new deals come on the heels of the launch of Audible Plus, a new subscription service that gives you unlimited access to hundreds of audiobooks and podcasts. Get a 30-day free trial to Audible Plus membership now, then continue on for just $7.95 per month. Amazon’s Prime Day deal, meantime, gets you 50% off a subscription to Audible Premium Plus too, which gets you access to new releases and best sellers, plus unlimited listening to thousands of select Originals, audiobooks, podcasts, and more. Audible Premium Plus also lets you keep one title a month.

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