Amazon enters the streaming wars to compete with Apple Music, Spotify and Tidal.

Frankie Zing

This morning Amazon just announced it’s new streaming service, Amazon Music Unlimited which has it’s cheaper offer of $7.99 a month. The Amazon music catalogue offers “tens of millions” of songs that contain the libraries of Sony, Universal, and Warner Brothers, with whom Amazon struck deals.

Here are the subscription options for Amazon Music Unlimited:

$7.99 per month or $79 per year for Prime users
$9.99 per month for non-Prime users
$3.99 per month for streaming exclusively on Amazon’s “Echo” portable speakers
$14.99 per month of $149 per year for family plan (up to six users)

Amazon Music Unlimited is already live in the United States and will come to the U.K., Germany and Austria later this year.