Amazon is now offering students discounts to another one of its popular services, Amazon Music Unlimited. This means that eligible students can gain access to the vast library of music for just $4.99 a month, which matches what Apple Music and Spotify have been offering. Normally, Amazon charges Prime members $7.99 a month for access to Music Unlimited or $9.99 a month without it. According to TechCrunch, Prime Student subscribers can get 6 months for just $6.

You can listen to the music from just about anywhere, including on your phone, tablet, computer, and through Alexa-enabled devices.

Students can get a six-month free trial of Amazon's Prime service as well, and once the trial ends Amazon offers a 50% discount on Prime as well.

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