• From the Hollywood Reporter:
"Amazon Music Unlimited is about to get more expensive if you are an Amazon Prime subscriber.
"The service on Tuesday said that the monthly price of its Amazon Music Unlimited plan will rise from $8.99 to $9.99 per month. The price of its annual plan will rise from $89 to $99. The Amazon Music Unlimited Family Plan is changing from $15.99 to $16.99 per month, or $159 to $169 per year.
"The new prices will go into effect immediately for new customers, and after Sept. 19 for existing customers … It’s the second price adjustment this year for Amazon Music Unlimited, which in January raised prices for subscribers who do not also use Amazon Prime."
The story notes that "Amazon Music Unlimited is the company’s premium music tier, with on-demand access to 100 million songs, as well as a collection in Ultra HD and Spatial audio. It competes directly with services like Spotify Premium, YouTube Music Premium and Apple Music."
• From Bloomberg:
"Amazon’s pharmacy unit said it will automatically apply coupon discounts for insulin as the Biden administration seeks to expand access to lower prices for the lifesaving diabetes medication.
"Rather than manually entering a coupon code to lower insulin costs to $35 a month, Amazon will provide eligible patients with immediate discounts on more than 15 insulin and diabetes care brands, including insulin vials, pens, continuous glucose monitors and pumps, the online retail giant company said Tuesday in a statement."