Posted Tue Dec 8, 2015 at 10:45 AM PST by Steven Cohen
Prime members can now add more streaming services to their subscriptions.
Amazon has announced the launch of their new Streaming Partners Program. The program allows Prime users to sign up for additional video platforms directly through their Prime membership, offering a more convenient way to manage their video services.
"The way people watch TV is changing, and customers need an easier way to subscribe to and enjoy multiple streaming subscriptions," said
The Amazon Prime Streaming Partners Program will handle subscriber acquisition, billing, customer service, and compatibility for its various streaming partners. Likewise, the program offers free trials, special pricing, one-account convenience, the latest content, a unified watchlist, IMDB X-Ray, and unified search and voice search (on Fire TV) for Prime viewers who sign up for additional streaming services through the system.
The initial lineup of streaming partners includes:
Members can now browse available add-on subscriptions at www.amazon.com/videosubscriptions. Showtime and Starz add-ons currently cost just $9 per month.
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