Amazon Music HD is now FREE for anyone who has Amazon Music

HIGH res albums are no longer a pricier ask for users of Amazon Music.

The online giant has scrapped the extra fee for using its premium Amazon HD service.

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Amazon’s Music HD service offers what it calls HD and Ultra HD audio.

The two audio types provide what is classed as CD quality and better than CD quality, both superior to the standard audio available for streaming.

  • Amazon Music HD, free with Amazon Music, from £7.99 – here

Previously, access to the high-quality files cost Amazon Music users £5 per month, but that charge has now been removed.

The change comes as Apple Music added high-quality lossless audio and spatial audio to its service at no extra charge earlier this week.

Meanwhile Spotify’s own upcoming ‘HiFi’ service will see the streaming company also offer ‘hi-res’ audio.

Amazon’s change will affect Amazon Music users in the UK, US, Canada, France, Germany, Italy, and Spain.

Meaning access to 70 million songs in HD (CD quality) – and an additional 7 million in Ultra HD for no added charge.

If you’re not yet a user of Amazon Music service, Music Unlimited Individual is priced at £9.99 a month (£7.99 for Prime members), while the Family Plan is £14.99.

Both now have access to Amazon Music HD. Should you already be paying for the service, the charge will end at the start of your next billing cycle.

  • Amazon Music HD, free with Amazon Music, from £7.99 – here

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