As mentioned, the price hike affects the two Amazon Music plans currently offered. This means the Unlimited Individual Plan and the Unlimited Student Plan. On its official website, Amazon reveals that these changes will take effect on February 21, 2023. Until then, all subscriptions will retain current prices.
Starting in February, members with an individual plan will start paying $10.99 per month, as opposed to the $9.99 that Amazon currently charges. Likewise, those with a student plan will pay $5.99 instead of the $4.99 they used to pay. Amazon says that unless you cancel your subscription, you’ll see the updated charges with any additional taxes on your bank statement for that month.
If you are currently subscribed to Amazon Music under a promotional offer, your price will remain the same until the end of the special offer. After that, you will need to proceed to paying the regular fare. While $1 a month doesn’t sound like a lot, it will certainly add up for Amazon, and it won’t be surprising if other similar services follow suit.
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