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Right now, new Amazon Music Unlimited subscribers can get the first three months of the premium streaming tier for free.
For those unfamiliar, Music Unlimited service, which competes with Apple Music and Spotify, allows subscribers to stream over 60 million songs, which is a huge step up over the two million songs that the company offers to all Prime members through its free Prime Music service.
With this offer, new subscribers are ostensibly getting a service valued at $30 for free. Better still, you can cancel the service at any time. So if you want to listen to music for free for 3 months, and cancel before spending any money – you have that option.
However, if you enjoyed the three-month offer and want to continue, it costs $8 a month or $10 per month for non-Prime members.
Alternatively, Amazon is giving away a month of Amazon Music Unlimited and an Echo Dot for a low $13. This particular Echo Dot typically sells for around $20, so this is a terrific alternative if you want to grow your smart home.
Though there is a new fourth-generation Dot on the market, we think that the third-generation Echo Dot is still the best entry-level smart-home hub you can buy. For less than half the price of the standard Echo, you get a hockey puck-sized gadget that can help you control your lights with your voice, answer questions about the universe, and connect to external speakers through a Bluetooth signal.