The price of Amazon Music Unlimited is going up once again, affecting even people who pay for a Prime subscription, The Verge reports.

According to Variety and The Hollywood Reporter, the price of Amazon Music Unlimited’s individual plan for Prime members will rise from $8.99 to $9.99 per month. The price of the family plan will also go up, increasing from $15.99 to $16.99 per month.

The annual individual plan is expected to cost $99 per year and the family plan is expected to cost $169 per year.

Amazon spokeswoman Rebecca Silverstein tells The Verge that new customers will start seeing the new price “plus applicable taxes” next week. And those who already have a subscription will see the new price on their first bill “on or after” September 19.

We remind you that earlier this year Amazon increased the price of the Amazon Music Unlimited service for people who are not subscribed to Prime.

Raising service prices is a new trend among music companies, with Apple Music, Spotify, YouTube Premium and Tidal also changing their prices to higher ones in the past few months.

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