Amazon is really going to town trying to get people to sign up for Spotify-rival Amazon Music Unlimited.
The latest Echo Dot costs $49.99 and a monthly subscription to Amazon Music Unlimited (multi-device) plan starts from $7.99 (it's $9.99 if you don't have Prime) so it's a whopper of a deal.
The latest Amazon Echo Dot is actually a decent speaker in terms of music playback but that's not it's strength. In our review we said:
"The Dot is still not a replacement for a serious music speaker.
"That being said, it does sound better, handling loudness more ably than the third gen model, and its front firing speaker able to project sound further into a room. But on its own it's far from room-filing and at higher levels the clarity gets lost."
The good news is that with a Amazon Music Unlimited Individual Plan you can use your account to stream music on as many Alexa smart speakers as you want.
Alternative: How to get Spotify streaming on your Alexa devices
Amazon Music Unlimited gives you access to a 50 million-strong library but is not to be confused with Amazon's answer to Tidal; Amazon Music HD.
For more info on what plan suits you best take a look at our guide to Amazon Music Unlimited and Amazon Music HD.
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