With Airtel, you can get free one-year Amazon Prime subscription
The telecom wars in India, triggered by Jio's disruptive entry into the market in 2016, still continue.
Airtel has now brought for its postpaid customers free subscription to Amazon Prime for a year. The service generally costs Rs. 999 annually.
With this, you can get free access to Amazon Prime's range of content as well as benefits while shopping on the platform. Here's more!
Free Amazon Prime subscription with Airtel Infinity
Why do I need an Amazon Prime subscription?
With Amazon Prime, you get unlimited streaming of movies, Amazon originals and popular TV shows around the world
There's free one-day or two-day delivery to select addresses. There are additional discounts on same-day, morning or scheduled delivery.
Unlike normal users, you don't have to place a minimum-value order for free standard delivery.
You also get access to exclusive deals on Amazon.
Am I eligible for Airtel's free Amazon Prime offer?
Free one-year subscription to Amazon Prime is available for postpaid customers of Airtel's Infinity Plans of Rs. 499, 799 or 1,199. With each, you get unlimited calling. Data of 30GB, 50GB and 75GB is offered on the three plans respectively.
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How can I get the offer?
To avail the offer, you have to download the Airtel TV app from Google Play Store or App Store on Android or iOS.
After downloading it, log in from your postpaid number that's subscribed to an Infinity plan.
You will see an option to join Prime Videos. Click on the banner.
On the next screen, fill your Amazon credentials to get the free service.
Rival Vodafone has partnered with Netflix for similar schemes
To lure customers, Airtel has made all its content on Airtel TV available freely to all users till June'18.
Additionally, it has added to its content buffet more than 300 TV channels and over 6,000 popular movies and TV shows.
Meanwhile, rival Vodafone offers select subscribers a free one-year subscription to Netflix, which has more international than domestic content, unlike Amazon Prime.
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