In the summer of 2019 Netflix launched its mobile-only rate, which is not available in Spain. A cheaper rate, designed for certain markets, where you can access their content directly from your phone. Amazon Prime Video is one of Netflix’s main rivals and has been inspired by them for its new rate.
A new plan, available only for mobiles, is launched in India. This new Amazon Prime Video plan It is launched at a reduced price and is designed for users in India to access the content of the streaming platform directly from their smartphones.
Would you use Netflix only on your mobile for less than 3 euros a month?Netflix has introduced its new exclusive mobile rate in India. This rate has limitations, but it would cost less than 3 euros per month.
Amazon Prime Video mobile-only plan
Amazon Prime Video seeks to gain a presence in markets such as India, the first country to launch this plan. This new rate gives a single user access to all content on the streaming platform for 28 days, at a price of 89 Indian rupees, what is 1 euro per month. It is launched in association with the operator Airtel and allows users to have access to a prepaid recharge to access this plan, which also includes 6 GB of data.
There is a second option associated with this plan, which includes unlimited calls and 1.5 GB of data per day, also available for 28 days. This second plan is priced at 299 Indian rupees, about 3.5 euros per month. Both plans allow content to be played on the streaming platform in SD quality.
This new Amazon Prime Video tariff in India is launched with a 30-day free trial for all Airtel prepaid users. It is an ambitious move by the streaming platform, which seeks to compete with Netflix in the country, which has been with a special plan only for smartphones for more than a year. The advantage is that the Amazon plan is cheaper and they have a large catalog.
For now, there appear to be no plans to launch this Amazon Prime Video mobile-only plan in other countries. Netflix was launching its own in various markets in Asia, so Amazon may do the same, but it doesn’t seem likely that it will end up launching in Europe anytime soon.
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