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90 DAYS FREE OF AMAZON MUSIC HD for Prime Student Via TOTUM (New Subscribers Only)
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90 DAYS FREE OF AMAZON MUSIC HD for Prime Student Via TOTUM (New Subscribers Only)

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Posted 29th Oct

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The offer is valid until November 7, 2019 at 11:59pm, and redeemable towards an Amazon Music HD Individual Plan or the Amazon Music HD Family Plan. The offer is only available to new subscribers to Amazon Music Unlimited. After the 90-day period, your subscription will auto-renew and you will pay the full monthly price of £14.99 (£12.99/month for Prime members) Amazon Music HD Individual Plan or £19.99 for the Amazon Music HD Family Plan with the option to cancel anytime.

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Note: Existing NUS Extra users can log on TOTUM's app and website, free of charge.

If you are already logged in your will see the button below after clicking on the link above.

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Then click on 'Try for Free' which might prompt you to login your Amazon Prime Student if you are not already logged in
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On the next page you can choose your plan.

Please note only the top two plans: "Individual Plan HD" and "Family Plan HD" offers the 90 Days Free Trial, the bottom two only gives 30 days trial!!

The difference with Family Plan is you can have up to 6 accounts across multiple devices (and more expensive).

HD plans are £5 more than the normal plans.

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Regarding cancellation, I spoke to CS on webchat and was told, we cannot cancel in advance to keep using the trial (unlike Audible and other services where you can cancel and keep using).

Therefore, please set a reminder (you can turn on the reminder option under your music setting) to cancel before your trial ends, else you will be charged.

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amazon.co.uk/mus…/hd

direct link, absolutely no need to be a student or be directed by that 3rd party site who are probably looking at affiliate income.

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I got this yesterday, you don't need to be a student, just go on the Amazon music app and look at your account and it asks if you want 90 day trial of hd. On my Alexa it sounds pretty much the same, but I guess if you are going through a high end speaker or system it will sound better.
Edited by: "bittersweet" 29th Oct
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I got this yesterday, you don't need to be a student, just go on the Amazon music app and look at your account and it asks if you want 90 day trial of hd. On my Alexa it sounds pretty much the same, but I guess if you are going through a high end speaker or system it will sound better.
Edited by: "bittersweet" 29th Oct
bittersweet29/10/2019 17:01

I got this yesterday, you don't need to be a student, just go on the …I got this yesterday, you don't need to be a student, just go on the Amazon music app and look at your account and it asks if you want 90 day trial of hd. On my Alexa it sounds pretty much the same, but I guess if you are going through a high end speaker or system it will sound better.


Got it a couple of days ago and im not a new subscriber amazon.co.uk/mus…/hd
bittersweet29/10/2019 17:01

I got this yesterday, you don't need to be a student, just go on the …I got this yesterday, you don't need to be a student, just go on the Amazon music app and look at your account and it asks if you want 90 day trial of hd. On my Alexa it sounds pretty much the same, but I guess if you are going through a high end speaker or system it will sound better.




Same here, got it a couple of weeks ago and my student days are well behind me.

amazon.co.uk/mus…/hd

Very very impressed so far. Playing it through my Beoplay A1 and the ultra HD tracks in particular sound wonderful.

Will definitely look at the soon to be released Echo Studio they are clearly launching to complement the HD music development. Looks like it just might be a cracker.

Plan to go for the family plan at 20 quid a month and share the logins out for 3.33 a month. Bargain.
Edited by: "bellboys" 29th Oct
Won't work for me
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Bit annoyin auto renew but aye
How is it compared to the highest quality on Spotify?
darkstryder36030/10/2019 14:46

How is it compared to the highest quality on Spotify?


Much better!

t3.com/new…iew

The only streaming service that can compete with Amazon HD with regards to sound quality is Tidal and they charge 20 quid a month for an individual plan whereas Amazon HD charge the same amount for a Family Plan, i.e 6 accounts!

Good luck for the future, Jay Z
Edited by: "bellboys" 30th Oct
bellboys30/10/2019 17:59

Much better! https://www.t3.com/news/amazon-music-hd-reviewThe only …Much better! https://www.t3.com/news/amazon-music-hd-reviewThe only streaming service that can compete with Amazon HD with regards to sound quality is Tidal


Don't forget Qobuz which accidently I think sounds better.
Kulaak04/11/2019 17:47

Don't forget Qobuz which accidently I think sounds better.




Got to be honest, never heard of them. But a quick skim of their site reveals even higher pricing than Tidal! 25 quid a month for 24-bit! Good luck to them but not the most opportune time to be launching a hi-res music streaming service.
Edited by: "bellboys" 4th Nov
Well I have to vote hot as I was gonna post this myself as I had not seen it posted until I did a search today.
It looks like Amazon will rule the roost again (maybe). So far I'm impressed with the catalogue but early days for music searching.
I may have to subscribe to Prime again then it's just £60 for a whole year!
bellboys04/11/2019 17:51

Got to be honest, never heard of them. But a quick skim of their site …Got to be honest, never heard of them. But a quick skim of their site reveals even higher pricing than Tidal! 25 quid a month for 24-bit!


Yes it is not cheap but you do get offers on HiRes music quite a lot & it is cheaper if you buy a years subscription. It is also rumored that Qobuz are reviewing their pricing policy since Amazon has joined the HiRes streaming game. I sincerely hope so, but I feel Amazon still may win out on available music. I've already found tracks on Amazon that Qobuz don't have.
Also Tidal only supports MQA HiRes (purportedly not so goood) so unless you have some unlocking hardware you are never going to hear it
Edited by: "Kulaak" 4th Nov
Kulaak04/11/2019 17:58

Yes it is not cheap but you do get offers on HiRes music quite a lot & it …Yes it is not cheap but you do get offers on HiRes music quite a lot & it is cheaper if you buy a years subscription. It is also rumored that Qobuz are reviewing their pricing policy since Amazon has joined the HiRes streaming game. I sincerely hope so, but I feel Amazon still may win out on available music. I've already found tracks on Amazon that Qobuz don't have.



Looks like Amazon have 10 million extra tracks. Yes, Amazon launching any sort of product/service must be a real nightmare for existing, smaller players. Sadly, I can't see it going well for Qobuz but I wish them well because competition is always good for the consumer, I fear for Tidal also and they are a much bigger player.
For me this offer only applies to the HD bit... it's says I still have to pay for regular Amazon Music during the 90 days.
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