Amazon has a bunch of services exclusive to customers who pay a yearly fee. These customers are the Prime Members. Prime Members can take advantage of early-access sales, free delivery and even other services like Prime Videos. Amazon now has something more to offer to Prime Members in India. The company has finally launched its Prime Music, a music streaming service in India.
Commenting on the launch, Sahas Malhotra, director of Amazon Music India, said in a statement: “We believe music listeners are going to love Amazon Prime Music as we bring a global service that’s been truly localised in its selection and curation. With ad-free streaming at no additional cost to Prime members, Amazon Prime Music offers a welcome break from text and voice ads that come between you and your favourite music.”
Where is it available?
Amazon Prime Music service is available for Android, iOS, Fire TV, Windows, and Mac. However, customers will need to be prime members in order to access the services. The service is also available on Amazon Echo devices. Notably, the service has been available on the Echo devices for a long time now.
Amazon Music, also known as Amazon Prime Music, has a wide range of music in languages including Hindi, English, Punjabi, Tamil, Telugu, Kannada, Malayalam, Marathi, Bengali, Bhojpuri, Gujarati, and Rajasthani. The app will ask for your language preference in order to set up your feed.
How to get it?
As mentioned above, Prime Music service is a part of the Amazon Prime Membership. The Prime Membership costs Rs. 999 per year and brings a lot of advantages to the table.