Launching today in over 200 countries (including New Zealand and Singapore), Amazon’s streaming service is now providing access to a number of its original shows as well as a selection of (mostly older) films.
It’s Prime time
Undercutting Netflix's pricing substantially, Amazon has a special introductory offer will grant new subscribers access to the service for a monthly fee US$2.99 (AU$4 / S$4.30) for the first six months, after which it will renew at US$5.99 (AU$8 / S$8.60) each month after that.
To access Amazon’s streaming service, head over to the and start a free trial using either a new or existing set of Amazon login details. If you’ve ever purchased items from Amazon before, this should be a relatively quick process.
At present, you’ll only be able to watch Amazon Prime Video from , and , though we expect that access to the service will start trickling out across games consoles, and other media playing in the near future.
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