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Amazon Begins Offering New Monthly Subscriptions for Prime and Prime Video

Amazon Begins Offering New Monthly Subscriptions for Prime and Prime Video

Beginning today, Amazon is removing the requirement for customers to sign up for a year to access Prime membership services. The retail giant is adding a new monthly service tonight, first reported by CNN, pricing Prime at $10.99 a month, and Prime Video as a standalone service for $8.99 a month.

The original Prime service which is $99 a year and includes Prime video content, free two-day shipping, and music and photo backup will not be leaving – and it’s still the better deal. Prime video would cost $107.88 a year if customers chose to subscribe on a monthly basis, while the full Prime membership would jump to $131.88 a year.

If you order from Amazon frequently and enjoy your Prime membership currently, these offers are not for you. Prime video will be for customers that want a less expensive option as compared to Netflix as its prices will be increased to $9.99 at the end of the month. Nonetheless, these new monthly subscriptions allow new customers to experience Prime features without paying a full $99 up front. 

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