Amazon Echo goes on sale in Australia and New Zealand next month.
While the rollout is perhaps good for Australians and New Zealanders who need Echoes for themselves, it will be more durable for Amazon to wean them off different music streaming companies, like Spotify, which has been obtainable in Australia since 2012. At the least, Amazon Music Unlimited is priced competitively. Australian and New Zealand customers can subscribe to all three tiers: The Echo-only $5AUD month-to-month entry plan, the Individual for $12AUD and the upcoming Family Plan that splits an $18AUD invoice between as much as six individuals. Australian clients can pre-order an Echo with delivery beginning in early February, however New Zealanders should choose them up in shops.