Amazon’s Music Unlimited streaming service offers unlimited music and no commercials for subscribers. It rolled out in the US last year for $9.99 a month, or $7.99 a month if you’re a Prime subscriber. It competes with familiar names like Google Play Music, Spotify, and Apple Music. Soon after its launch, it expanded to Austria, Germany, the UK, and Japan. Now, it’s heading to 28 more countries.
Here is the complete list: Belgium, Bolivia, Bulgaria, Chile, Columbia, Costa Rica, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Ecuador, El Salvador, Estonia, Finland, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Panama, Peru, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia, Sweden, Uruguay.
The residents of those countries will have access to Amazon’s full music library, which includes 40 million songs. Amazon is also putting together thousands of playlists and personalized stations that are curated by its staff. It is is rolling out custom playlists like “The Twenty” which features a list of the 20 hottest songs from around the world. The playlist will be “constantly updated” according to Amazon.
The streaming service is available through the Amazon Music app on iOS, Android, Fire TV, and or you can just stream it through a web browser. Amazon also announced that these 28 countries are now getting Echo support. Starting today, customers from these countries can order an Amazon Echo and take full advantage of the speaker’s capabilities. You can hit the button below to grab yours today.