Get Amazon Music HD free for three months in the UK

Amazon Music HD three month offer

Amazon Music Unlimited has been around for a while now, but has since expanded its catalog of music from a measly 40 million tunes to over 70 million over the course of five years. Although Prime members already get the standard Amazon Music included with the subscription, that service only contains around two million songs and far fewer full albums.

In 2019, Amazon launched Amazon Music HD, which offers up to "Ultra High Definition" audio streaming; HD refers to 16-bit audio with a 44.1kHz sample rate, and Ultra High Definition means 24-bit audio, with sample rates up to 192kHz.

And now you can get it free for three months, after which it costs £14.99/month with a Prime subscription or £17.99/month without Prime. Existing Amazon Music Unlimited subscribers (Individual or Family Plan) can also upgrade to Amazon Music HD for an additional £5/month.

This deal has the following benefits:

  • Ultra High Definition (24-bit audio, with sample rates up to 192kHz)
  • Stream up to 70 million songs
  • Download for offline listening
  • Always ad-free

The service will play the best quality available based on your network quality, and the high definition audio is supported on multiple platforms, including desktop devices, Android, iOS, and Amazon's own smart speakers (barring some exceptions), Fire TV devices, and tablets. This deal ends on March 1st, so make sure you profit from the free three months.

This offer is only available to new Amazon Music HD subscribers and ends on March 1st, and as with other Amazon subscriptions, you can always choose to end your subscription before the billing cycle starts and the three months trial period ends.

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