Amazon enters UK music streaming market
Amazon has ventured into the UK music streaming market by launching its Prime Music service.
The launch will include Amazon’s Prime members being offered access to over one million songs and hundreds of playlists at no additional cost to their membership.
Prime Music includes albums from chart artists like One Direction, Royal Blood, George Ezra, Paolo Nutini, and Ella Henderson, as well as classic artists such as Bob Dylan, Madonna and David Bowie
“UK customers loved it when we added Prime Instant Video and unlimited photo storage into Prime last year, on top of Unlimited One-Day Delivery on millions of items and access to over 800,000 Kindle titles to borrow,” said Christopher North, managing director at Amazon UK.
He added: “We said then that we were just getting started, and today we’re introducing Prime Music—more than a million songs from bestselling artists, plus hundreds of Prime Playlists hand-built by our team of music experts—all at no additional cost. Prime Music is the latest great addition for our UK Prime members and we think they’re going to love it.”
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