Amazon Music now has more than 55 million customers globally across all its streaming offerings, while subscriptions to its premium Amazon Music Unlimited service grew by more than 50 percent over 2019.
Amazon Music shared the new metrics in a blog post today (Jan. 22). According to the post, Amazon Music has also grown nearly 50% year-over-year across the U.S., U.K., Germany and Japan, while its customer base has more than doubled in countries where the service was only recently added, like France, Italy, Spain and Mexico. Today, the streaming service is available in more than 40 countries around the world.
Amazon Music offers several ways to listen, included Prime Music (included with every Amazon Prime subscription), Prime Music Unlimited (which costs $7.99/month for Prime members and $9.99/month for non-Prime members); and a free, ad-supported tier, which launched last year.
Back in July, a Financial Times report named Amazon the fastest-growing music streaming service globally, with more than 32 million subscribers worldwide at the time. The report also stated that Amazon Music Unlimited had grown 70% over the past year.