You can start an Amazon Music Unlimited subscription on the Amazon website or your compatible Amazon Music device.
To get Amazon Music Unlimited on the Amazon website:
Subscriptions charge to your payment method on the scheduled renewal date.
Note: You can start an Amazon Music Unlimited for Echo subscription by voice directly on your Alexa device. To learn more, go to Subscribe to Amazon Music Unlimited for Echo with Your Voice.
You can also start an Amazon Music Unlimited subscription through the Amazon Music app on your Android device, PC or Mac computer, Amazon Fire TV device, or Fire tablet.
On iOS devices, you can sign up for the Amazon Music Unlimited Individual plan through the Amazon Music app, using your iTunes account. You can also sign up for a variety of other plans using your Amazon account information, via your device's mobile web browser at Get Amazon Music Unlimited.
Subscription sign up is not available any Amazon Music devices not listed above.
Look for a Go Unlimited, Join Now, or Start a Free Trial option within the app to get started. Then follow the on-screen instructions to select your preferred plan and subscription payment method.
If you’re currently a student and can verify enrollment in a degree-granting college or university, you can sign up for Amazon Music Unlimited for Students on the website at Amazon Music Unlimited for Students , or through the Amazon Music app on your Android device, PC or Mac computer, or Fire tablet.
As part of the subscription process, you are asked to provide verification of enrollment. Verification is confirmed with a third-party vendor, SheerID. If your student status can’t be automatically verified, you’ll be asked to upload documentation. Please provide one of the following:
If your school is not covered by SheerID, you can request to add your school here: https://verify.sheerid.com/amazon-music-request/?client=AmazonMusic.
If you're eligible, you'll see an option to Start a Free Trial of the Amazon Music Unlimited plan.
Note: When you start a 30-day free trial, we contact your bank for a $1 purchase authorization to verify your selected subscription payment method. This charge should be removed within 72 hours.
You have full access to Amazon Music Unlimited on all of your registered devices until the trial end date. On the end date for your trial, your subscription payment method will be automatically charged at the monthly rate.
If you're an eligible Prime member, you can also choose to have your trial enroll into the annual plan. See the "Discounted Pricing for Prime Members" section below for more information.
Keep in mind that if you start a trial with your voice on your Alexa device, we automatically upgrade you to the Amazon Music Unlimited plan so you can try the service on all of your devices during the free period. At the end of this period, the trial automatically enrolls into the Amazon Music Unlimited for Echo plan, because you used your Alexa device to sign up. To continue listening on all of your devices, you'll need to subscribe to the Amazon Music Unlimited plan.
You can view and manage your trial and subscription details from Your Amazon Music Settings.
If you don't want to be automatically charged, you can select the Do not continue after trial option for your subscription before the trial end date. To learn more, go to Manage Your Amazon Music Unlimited Subscription.
You don't need a Prime membership to join Amazon Music Unlimited. However, discounted monthly subscription pricing and an annual renewal option are available exclusively to Prime members.
Note: Amazon Music Unlimited Family plans are not eligible for discounted monthly subscription fees due to Prime membership, but are eligible for the annual renewal option.
Eligible Prime membership types include:
If you're an eligible Prime member, you'll automatically see discounted pricing for Amazon Music Unlimited during subscription sign up, if it's available.
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