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Amazon Launches Music Unlimited If Prime Music Wasn't Enough For You

Amazon has offered music to Prime subscribers for a while, but it’s always been more of an add-on. Now, Amazon is getting serious with a much bigger library, curated playlists, and radio stations. This new tier costs $9.99/month, or $7.99 if you already have Prime. Read more...
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