Today, i.e. Monday 29th June 2021, Amazon Music Unlimited has announced that existing Amazon Music Unlimited subscribers in the US and Canada can now activate three months of Disney plus's streaming service for free through a new promotion. Meanwhile, the new subscribers of Amazon Music Unlimited can also easily access Disney plus for free that too also for six months through the offer. Amazon Music Unlimited customers now can easily access Disney plus for free for several months, and the offer is also extended to new subscribers as well as existing users. Amazon's ad-free music streaming service costs $8 a month and $80 annually after a trial period. It is completely separated from Prime Music. This music service is a cluster with an Amazon Prime subscription. Prime Music's catalog consists of roughly 2 million songs, whereas Amazon Music Unlimited's library consists of roughly 75 million songs and podcasts. This promotion is, however, not for the subscribers who have already subscribed to Disney plus. But if you have not subscribed to it yet, then it is an appropriate time to do it. New titles are releasing every week, and the company said that the users could expect 100 new titles from Marvel, Star Wars, and National Geographic to hit the service each year.