Amazon is launching family plans for its Music Unlimited service today, something that the company promised it would do when it launched the music-streaming service last month. Pricing will be $14.99 per month or $149 per year for Prime members, while non-Prime members will only have the option to use the monthly pricing.
The new plans are only available in the United States right now, as the service only launched in the UK earlier this week. Family plans in the country are listed as coming soon, but when they are available, they will cost £14.99 per month or £149 per year.
The app will offer personalized service and recommendations to each of the up to six members of the account. Here is the full list of plans:
$7.99/month, $79/year for Prime members
$9.99/month for non-Prime customers
$3.99/month on a single Echo, Echo Dot or Amazon Tap
$14.99/month for Prime and non-Prime customers or $149/year Family plan for Prime members
The new plans are live now, and you can sign up for them here. If you haven't tried out Amazon Music Unlimited, you're entitled to a 30-day free trial, which can be useful if you have an Alexa-powered device to use voice commands with.