Prices start at £3.99 per month for playback on Amazon Echo; Prime members get a discount too.
Just a month after the service launched in the United States, Amazon Music Unlimited is available in the UK. As is standard for streaming services, Amazon gives you access to 40 million songs and curated playlists for £9.99 per month — with a bunch of discounts attached for customers already involved in the Amazon ecosystem.
If you just want to play music on the Amazon Echo, you can grab an "Echo-only" subscription, costing a mere £3.99 per month. For Prime members, a full subscription will set you back £7.99 per month or £79.99 annually.
Echo integration is a key differentiator for Amazon, with the company's smart home products having launched in the UK only two months ago. With no word on any Google Home release date for British consumers, Amazon has a valuable head start.
Amazon Music Unlimited is available for the company's own Fire devices, as well as iOS, Android, PC, Mac and on the web. As with the U.S. version of the service, here's a free 30-day trial available too.