Great news for those are going to buy the HTC U11, the company currently offers free three months of Amazon Music Unlimited. This limited-time deal is now available and will be available until the end of September. However, unfortunately this deal is only for the new subscribers, so those who have previously signed up to Amazon Music Unlimited, will not be able to get this deal. To receive the offer, you simply visit the HTC online store and after adding U11 to cart, the three-month subscription to Amazon Music Unlimited will automatically show up in the cart. After that, a promotional code will appear to redeem online via Amazon.
Like other music streaming services, Amazon Music Unlimited provides is subscribers with the unlimited access to a range of ad-free music tracks, as well as offers some additional features, including the ability to download music for listening offline. Since it’s an online music subscription service, so subscribers will need to pay for the service on a monthly basis, no matter if the subscriber is a Prime member or not. The Prime members can subscribe at a discounted rate of $7.99 per month, while the price for non-Prime member is $9.99 per month. Moreover, the Prime members taking advantage of this deal will save $24 over the three months, while non-Prime members can only save under $30 with the same period. Despite in reality, the deal is only $20 at most for savings, as Amazon always offers a one month for the free trial.
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To refresh your mind, HTC U11 features a 5.5-inch display with a 2560 x 1440 resolution. Powering the device is the Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 SoC under the hood, and buyers can choose between variants with either 4GB RAM and 64GB flash memory, or 6GB RAM and 128GB flash memory. In camera department, the HTC U11 is equipped a 12MP rear camera, along with a 16-megapixel front-facing snapper. Other features include a 3,000 mAh battery capacity, and Android 7.1 Nougat. However, the headline feature of the HTC U11 is its squeezable frame and its Edge Sense UI, allowing users to launch apps by squeezing the phone.