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(Pocket-lint) - Amazon is offering 90 days free for new users to its Amazon Music Unlimited HD streaming service.

Amazon Music Unlimited offers over 70 million HD songs to stream on multiple devices, including the company's own Echo speakers. Naturally, you can also download tracks to listen to offline on smartphones or tablets.

The plan includes 3D tracks showcased best by the Amazon Echo Studio smart speaker. The promotional offer is available for new subscribers until 24 May 2021.

After the free month expires you'll be switched onto a full plan costing £12.99 a month for Amazon Prime members or £14.90 for non-members, so you'll need to cancel before the free trial is up to avoid being charged. 

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Amazon Music Unlimited is a premium service that costs more than the standard version of Amazon Music which costs £9.99 a month - there's currently three months free with that, too. 

Amazon also offers the option of a non-HD subscription for a single Echo device for £3.99 a month. It's obviously quite a limited plan but it's good value if you don't tend to listen on a smartphone as well and you have an Echo in your main living space (or another room where you often listen to music).

As with other streaming music services, there's also a £14.99 a month option for a family plan that covers up to six family members, all of whom can stream music on all the different devices that they choose. 

Writing by Dan Grabham.