According to a FAQ page on Amazon’s website, the cost of the family plan and the Prime membership for Amazon Music Unlimited is rising. The monthly cost of the Amazon Music Unlimited Individual Plan for Prime subscribers will rise from $8.99 to $9.99, or from $89 to $99 annually. The monthly cost of the Amazon Music Unlimited Family Plan is rising from $15.99 to $16.99, or from $159 to $169 annually.
For new clients, the revised pricing will take effect right away; for current customers, they will take effect after September 19. The Hollywood Reporter broke the news of the price increases first.
The company stated on its website that it was revising the costs of some Amazon Music Unlimited subscriptions “to help us bring you even more content and features.”
The adjustments come after Amazon raised the cost of the Amazon Music Unlimited Individual Plan for non-Prime members from $9.99 to $10.99 per month earlier this year. Prime members still save $1 on the service compared to non-Prime members despite these recent modifications that were revealed last week.
Amazon Music has increased its prices recently, joining a number of other music streaming providers that have done the same. Spotify announced a price increase for its premium plans last month, raising the cost of an individual premium plan from $9.99 per month to $10.99, the cost of a duet premium plan from $12.99 to $14.99, and the cost of a family premium plan from $15.99 to $16.99.
Google increased the cost of the YouTube Music plan last month as well, from $9.99 to $10.99. The cost of Apple Music’s individual and family plans went up in price in 2017 from $9.99 to $10.99 and $14.99 to $16.99, respectively.