Amazon Music Unlimited plans will be $1/£1 more expensive for users from February 21 as the latest price hike in the music streaming world. US users will now pay $10.99 per month for their individual (non-Prime) subscription while those in the UK will be charged £10.99 instead of the £9.99 current pricing.
Student pricing in both regions is also getting a $1/£1 from $/£4.99 to $/£5.99 per month. Amazon’s customer service page explains that the new raised prices will “help bring even more content and features” to users. Amazon Music is the third largest streaming platform in the world behind Apple Music and Spotify.