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The Echo Dot, Echo, and Echo Plus are open for preorder today for $70, $130, and $200, respectively, though early orders will qualify for up to $30 off the sticker price. Amazon said that it expects the devices to start shipping on December 5, and they

The Echo Dot, Echo, and Echo Plus are open for preorder today for $70, $130, and $200, respectively, though early orders will qualify for up to $30 off the sticker price. Amazon said that it expects the devices to start shipping on December 5, and they will also be available in-store at Best Buy, Staples, The Source, Telus, and a number of other retailers.

Alongside the Echo launch, Amazon is opening the Alexa Skills Kit and Alexa Voice Service for local developers and hardware makers to create integrations built on Alexa for the Canadian market. Additionally, the company revealed that its Prime Music streaming service is now available to Prime members in Canada.

Amazon launched its annual Prime membership in Canada back in 2013, and last year it rolled out Prime Video across the country. But despite its shared language and proximity to the U.S., where the Echo debuted back in 2014 , Canada has been slow to gain access to key hardware and services that have first launched elsewhere in the world. The Echo speakers have been available to consumers in the U.K. and Germany since last September , and Amazon has launched the devices — alongside Alexa — in India and Japan over the past month .

Everybody’s muscling in on streaming music these days. The latest entry: Amazon, which rolled out Amazon Music Unlimited on Wednesday, a streaming service with tens of millions of songs, a byzantine pricing structure, and a clear preference for Amazon aficionados.

As long rumored, Amazon Echo owners can tune in to Music Unlimited at a far lower price than anybody else. But those whispers of a $5 subscription for Echo users proved false; in fact, Amazon’s cutting them an even bigger deal. Echo, Echo Dot, and Amazon Tap owners can subscribe for a mere $4 per month, a sizeable discount over the service’s $10 standard price.

The smart speakers even come equipped with Alexa-enhanced voice controls for the service, letting you bark out commands like “Alexa, play happy music,” “Alexa, play Green Day’s new song,” or “Alexa, play Van Halen from the 1970s” to get the party started hands-free.

The Echo Dot, Echo, and Echo Plus are open for preorder today for $70, $130, and $200, respectively, though early orders will qualify for up to $30 off the sticker price. Amazon said that it expects the devices to start shipping on December 5, and they will also be available in-store at Best Buy, Staples, The Source, Telus, and a number of other retailers.

Alongside the Echo launch, Amazon is opening the Alexa Skills Kit and Alexa Voice Service for local developers and hardware makers to create integrations built on Alexa for the Canadian market. Additionally, the company revealed that its Prime Music streaming service is now available to Prime members in Canada.

Amazon launched its annual Prime membership in Canada back in 2013, and last year it rolled out Prime Video across the country. But despite its shared language and proximity to the U.S., where the Echo debuted back in 2014 , Canada has been slow to gain access to key hardware and services that have first launched elsewhere in the world. The Echo speakers have been available to consumers in the U.K. and Germany since last September , and Amazon has launched the devices — alongside Alexa — in India and Japan over the past month .

The Echo Dot, Echo, and Echo Plus are open for preorder today for $70, $130, and $200, respectively, though early orders will qualify for up to $30 off the sticker price. Amazon said that it expects the devices to start shipping on December 5, and they will also be available in-store at Best Buy, Staples, The Source, Telus, and a number of other retailers.

Alongside the Echo launch, Amazon is opening the Alexa Skills Kit and Alexa Voice Service for local developers and hardware makers to create integrations built on Alexa for the Canadian market. Additionally, the company revealed that its Prime Music streaming service is now available to Prime members in Canada.

Amazon launched its annual Prime membership in Canada back in 2013, and last year it rolled out Prime Video across the country. But despite its shared language and proximity to the U.S., where the Echo debuted back in 2014 , Canada has been slow to gain access to key hardware and services that have first launched elsewhere in the world. The Echo speakers have been available to consumers in the U.K. and Germany since last September , and Amazon has launched the devices — alongside Alexa — in India and Japan over the past month .

Everybody’s muscling in on streaming music these days. The latest entry: Amazon, which rolled out Amazon Music Unlimited on Wednesday, a streaming service with tens of millions of songs, a byzantine pricing structure, and a clear preference for Amazon aficionados.

As long rumored, Amazon Echo owners can tune in to Music Unlimited at a far lower price than anybody else. But those whispers of a $5 subscription for Echo users proved false; in fact, Amazon’s cutting them an even bigger deal. Echo, Echo Dot, and Amazon Tap owners can subscribe for a mere $4 per month, a sizeable discount over the service’s $10 standard price.

The smart speakers even come equipped with Alexa-enhanced voice controls for the service, letting you bark out commands like “Alexa, play happy music,” “Alexa, play Green Day’s new song,” or “Alexa, play Van Halen from the 1970s” to get the party started hands-free.

Alexa supports a growing number of free and subscription-based streaming services on Amazon devices. To see which services are available, in the Alexa app , select Music, Video, & Books .

You can ask Alexa to stream music and media through one or more of your Alexa devices. After you register an Alexa device to your Amazon account, you automatically have access to your Amazon Music library and your Audible library.

Other services may require you to link an existing account or subscription to your Amazon account in the Alexa app . To learn more, go to Link a Third-Party Music Service to Alexa .

The Echo Dot, Echo, and Echo Plus are open for preorder today for $70, $130, and $200, respectively, though early orders will qualify for up to $30 off the sticker price. Amazon said that it expects the devices to start shipping on December 5, and they will also be available in-store at Best Buy, Staples, The Source, Telus, and a number of other retailers.

Alongside the Echo launch, Amazon is opening the Alexa Skills Kit and Alexa Voice Service for local developers and hardware makers to create integrations built on Alexa for the Canadian market. Additionally, the company revealed that its Prime Music streaming service is now available to Prime members in Canada.

Amazon launched its annual Prime membership in Canada back in 2013, and last year it rolled out Prime Video across the country. But despite its shared language and proximity to the U.S., where the Echo debuted back in 2014 , Canada has been slow to gain access to key hardware and services that have first launched elsewhere in the world. The Echo speakers have been available to consumers in the U.K. and Germany since last September , and Amazon has launched the devices — alongside Alexa — in India and Japan over the past month .

Everybody’s muscling in on streaming music these days. The latest entry: Amazon, which rolled out Amazon Music Unlimited on Wednesday, a streaming service with tens of millions of songs, a byzantine pricing structure, and a clear preference for Amazon aficionados.

As long rumored, Amazon Echo owners can tune in to Music Unlimited at a far lower price than anybody else. But those whispers of a $5 subscription for Echo users proved false; in fact, Amazon’s cutting them an even bigger deal. Echo, Echo Dot, and Amazon Tap owners can subscribe for a mere $4 per month, a sizeable discount over the service’s $10 standard price.

The smart speakers even come equipped with Alexa-enhanced voice controls for the service, letting you bark out commands like “Alexa, play happy music,” “Alexa, play Green Day’s new song,” or “Alexa, play Van Halen from the 1970s” to get the party started hands-free.

Alexa supports a growing number of free and subscription-based streaming services on Amazon devices. To see which services are available, in the Alexa app , select Music, Video, & Books .

You can ask Alexa to stream music and media through one or more of your Alexa devices. After you register an Alexa device to your Amazon account, you automatically have access to your Amazon Music library and your Audible library.

Other services may require you to link an existing account or subscription to your Amazon account in the Alexa app . To learn more, go to Link a Third-Party Music Service to Alexa .

Echo Tricks is the world's largest collection of known Alexa commands (and easter eggs) for the Amazon Echo. Follow us on twitter @echotricks . For more information on Amazon Echo, visit the Love My Echo blog.

The Echo Dot, Echo, and Echo Plus are open for preorder today for $70, $130, and $200, respectively, though early orders will qualify for up to $30 off the sticker price. Amazon said that it expects the devices to start shipping on December 5, and they will also be available in-store at Best Buy, Staples, The Source, Telus, and a number of other retailers.

Alongside the Echo launch, Amazon is opening the Alexa Skills Kit and Alexa Voice Service for local developers and hardware makers to create integrations built on Alexa for the Canadian market. Additionally, the company revealed that its Prime Music streaming service is now available to Prime members in Canada.

Amazon launched its annual Prime membership in Canada back in 2013, and last year it rolled out Prime Video across the country. But despite its shared language and proximity to the U.S., where the Echo debuted back in 2014 , Canada has been slow to gain access to key hardware and services that have first launched elsewhere in the world. The Echo speakers have been available to consumers in the U.K. and Germany since last September , and Amazon has launched the devices — alongside Alexa — in India and Japan over the past month .

Everybody’s muscling in on streaming music these days. The latest entry: Amazon, which rolled out Amazon Music Unlimited on Wednesday, a streaming service with tens of millions of songs, a byzantine pricing structure, and a clear preference for Amazon aficionados.

As long rumored, Amazon Echo owners can tune in to Music Unlimited at a far lower price than anybody else. But those whispers of a $5 subscription for Echo users proved false; in fact, Amazon’s cutting them an even bigger deal. Echo, Echo Dot, and Amazon Tap owners can subscribe for a mere $4 per month, a sizeable discount over the service’s $10 standard price.

The smart speakers even come equipped with Alexa-enhanced voice controls for the service, letting you bark out commands like “Alexa, play happy music,” “Alexa, play Green Day’s new song,” or “Alexa, play Van Halen from the 1970s” to get the party started hands-free.

Alexa supports a growing number of free and subscription-based streaming services on Amazon devices. To see which services are available, in the Alexa app , select Music, Video, & Books .

You can ask Alexa to stream music and media through one or more of your Alexa devices. After you register an Alexa device to your Amazon account, you automatically have access to your Amazon Music library and your Audible library.

Other services may require you to link an existing account or subscription to your Amazon account in the Alexa app . To learn more, go to Link a Third-Party Music Service to Alexa .

Echo Tricks is the world's largest collection of known Alexa commands (and easter eggs) for the Amazon Echo. Follow us on twitter @echotricks . For more information on Amazon Echo, visit the Love My Echo blog.

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