Amazon Music has announced that Amazon Music Unlimited will become available in Australia and New Zealand starting this February 1, giving music lovers in both countries access to a catalogue of more than 45 million songs and hundreds of playlists and personalised stations. New subscribers can sign up for a free 90-day trial of Amazon Music Unlimited for a limited time, and discover the vast catalogue of unlimited, ad-free music streaming within the Amazon Music app.
Australia’s and New Zealander’s may also purchase Echo, Echo Dot, or Echo Plus devices at select major retailers in early February. Customers who purchase an Echo device will be able to join the millions of listeners who have experienced the power of using voice for music by pairing Amazon Music Unlimited with Amazon Echo. By combining the ease of voice controls with an expansive catalogue of songs, Amazon Music has reimagined the listening experience in the home around the world.
Not only giving customer access to top hits by the world’s hottest artists, Amazon Music Unlimited offers more than 150 playlists and stations featuring popular and emerging artists from each region. Tailored by local Amazon Music experts, playlists including “Women Crush Wednesday” showcases talented female singers from Australia and New Zealand, “Australian Rock Royalty” features five decades of music from rock legends, while “Top 50 Australia” and “Top 40 New Zealand” present songs from local charts, updated weekly so users can easily discover what’s trending and popular in their countries. Amazon Music will be available in both Individual and family plans and will give access to a vast catalogue of more than 45 million songs available ad free for offline playback on mobile devices, anywhere anytime without an internet connection.