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Looking to tune in to Amazon Music Unlimited but don't know where to begin? These deals will give you a chance to check out the service for next to nix.

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Amazon's Australian domination has been a slow and mysterious crusade that still hasn't quite come full circle nearly nine months since the Down Under launch first began. While we now have access to Amazon Prime Video and Amazon Prime in Australia, the beloved subscription service doesn't offer quite as much here as it does in the US. Still, we're not totally without. In place of Amazon's Prime Music service, Australians can access Amazon Music Unlimited, the online retailers foray into the Spotify-dominated world of on-demand music streaming.

If you've done your research on the Amazon Music Unlimited service and still aren't sure whether to make the leap, then these deals will allow you to experience the service in all its glory for next to nothing.

Amazon Music Unlimited deals in Australia

Sick of Spotify? Get 30 days of Amazon Music Unlimited for free

Sick of Spotify? Get 30 days of Amazon Music Unlimited for free from Amazon AU

If your music streaming provider can't keep up with your eclectic tastes, try out Amazon Prime Music for 30 days completely free.

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If you own an Amazon Echo device, you can trial Amazon Music Unlimited's services by talking directly into your device with the command "Alexa, try Amazon Music Unlimited". Alexa will then give you access to the music service's extensive library.

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