Amazon Music is sweetening the deal for Prime members.
The world's largest online retailer announced Tuesday that members of its subscription service will now have access to Amazon Music's full catalog of 100 million songs in shuffle mode without advertisements and at no additional cost.
Previously, members were only offered an ad-free catalog of two million songs, according to Steve Boom, vice president at Amazon Music.
Apple Music offers more 100 million songs and 30,000 playlists while Spotify has over 80 million tracks, including 4.7 million podcasts.
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As part of its content expansion plan, Amazon Prime members will also get most top podcasts ad-free including Wondery’s catalog of premium shows, along with exclusive shows like "MrBallen Podcast: Strange, Dark & Mysterious Stories" and Keke Palmer’s new original podcast "Baby, this is Keke Palmer."