Last month, Amazon officially launched Music Unlimited to take on the likes of Apple, Spotify, and other established music streaming services.
It recently expanded into the European Union, and now Amazon is back with another key feature for paid subscribers: A family plan. Amazon has officially rolled out support for a brand new family plan for its Unlimited Music service, which supports up to six individual users. It costs $14.99 per month, or $149 per year.
The family plan is available for both Prime subscribers, and to those who haven’t subscribed to that particular service. It’s worth noting, though, that for Prime members the Music Unlimited pricing drops down to $7.99 per month, or $79 per year.
Amazon also recently rolled out its Unlimited Music service to the Echo speakers, for only $4 per month, for those that simply want a service that can stream through Amazon’s smart speakers.