How Much is Amazon Music for 2 Devices?

Amazon Music provides two main types of streaming services – Amazon Unlimited and Amazon Prime Music. You can enjoy listening to Amazon Music on almost all kinds of devices, including Android devices, iPhones and iPads, Mac and Windows PC, Amazon Echo Devices, Amazon Fire tablets and Fire TV, or even right in your own. Amazon Music can be streamed anywhere and anytime and you can also listen to your favorite music offline while on a plane with no need for internet access.

But, the specific number of devices that you can use for streaming Amazon Music using just one account at the same time is quite limited and this can vary depending on your chosen subscription plan.

For instance, Prime Music users can just stream Prime Music on a single device at any given time but this excludes the Prime Music that is already downloaded to your device. When you are streaming music using Amazon Music Unlimited, every plan has specific streaming limitations as well.

The plans are tiered with different prices. The good news is that it is rather easy to determine the offer that best suits you and your budget. On top of that, you can also take advantage of the free trial for Amazon Music Unlimited so you can check the service first and see if this works for you or not.

With the Amazon Music Unlimited Single-Device Plan, you can only stream Amazon Music from that particular device where your subscription was started. With the Individual Plan, you can stream Amazon Music Unlimited titles on all of your devices yet you are only allowed to listen to songs on a single device at any given time.

Amazon Music Unlimited is priced at $9.99 monthly for an individual plan although if you are a Prime member located in the UK or US, this can be cut down to as low as $7.99 per month. The price of Amazon Music Unlimited will cover you for an extensive library of 60 million songs with offline and ad-free music available on different types of plans. However, this is not part of your Amazon Prime membership.

How much is Amazon Music for 2 devices, then?

If there are several people who want access to Amazon Music Unlimited, the platform also offers a Family Plan that lets you stream music on up to 6 devices simultaneously.

Family plans can unlock up to 6 accounts priced at $14.99 and you can also enable one Echo device for a more affordable subscription at $3.99 a month. Even if only one more person or another device will use your Amazon Music Unlimited account, this price makes it worth it to stick with the family plan.

This means that for 2 up to 6 devices, you only need to pay an additional $5, making it a cost-effective choice, whether you will be using all of them or not. You can also choose to upgrade to Amazon Music HD for an extra fee per month that can adds more value compared to other premium services for music streaming.