Amazon.com just expanded its Amazon Music Unlimited service to 28 more countries—just in time for the holidays! This is great news to all of those overseas who are snapping up Echo and Echo Dot devices.
One of the biggest uses of Amazon’s Echo products is listening to music. Regular Prime members already get more than enough free tunes to fit their mood. Users can stream from a library of more than 10 thousand songs on any of their Echo devices. However, Amazon Music Unlimited users get nearly any and every song of their choice (over 40 million!)—and all for $14.99 a month or less. They also get ad-free streaming and the latest releases.
Music Unlimited launched over a year ago and soon expanded to a few other countries like Japan, the UK, and Germany soon after. But the biggest expansion is this new one of 28 countries.
What New Countries Can Now Get Amazon Music Unlimited?
- Costa Rica
- Czech Republic
- El Salvador
There are Practically No Limits to Music Unlimited
One of the great things about Amazon Music Unlimited is the ability to request songs on the fly. You don’t even have to know the names of the artist or title. Just ask Alexa to “play that song that goes [insert lyrics of your choice]” and she’ll figure it out! You can also make requests by genre, mood, year, and more.
NOTE: You don’t have to be an Amazon Prime member to benefit from the Echo’s many different perks. Alexa and her thousands of skills can be accessed by anyone. So, whether you want to order a pizza, check your calendar, set a timer, ask a question, or make a shopping list, the Amazon Echo will help you out any time.