In news that’s sure to brighten up those January blues, Amazon Music HD has today launched a deal that offers new subscribers 90 days of access to the streaming service completely free.
Yep, that’s unlimited access to a massive 50 million songs in HD whenever and wherever you like (data limit depending) without having to pay a single penny for it for nearly three months.
Which means you’ll be keeping your Alexa busy for some time to come.
Amazon’s Music HD service upgrades your music into either HD – with a bit depth of 16 bits and a sample rate of 44.1kHz, which is as good as CD quality – or into Ultra HD, which has a bit depth of 24 bits and a sample rate of up to 192kHz.
What that basically means in non-tech speak is that it transforms your tracks into the best audio quality possible, whether you’re playing through your smartphone, your laptop or a tablet.
This latest offer is valid from today (January 23) until February 26, 2020 at 4.59pm, and can be redeemed against either the Amazon Music HD Individual Plan or the Family Plan.
Unfortunately, this is only available to new Amazon Music subscribers, so if you’ve previously tapped into any of Amazon Music’s previous deals, you won’t be eligible for this latest offer.
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After the 90 days of free access is up, your subscription will auto-renew at the regular monthly price, which is £14.99 a month on the Individual Plan (or £12.99 for Prime members) or £19.99 on the Family Plan.
You can cancel your subscription at any time – and, in the meantime, there’s plenty of music out there waiting to be streamed and enjoyed.
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