This move by the company opens the doors for their award winning Amazon Originals including Transparent, The Grand Tour, and Mozart in the Jungle to be viewed by a global cordcutter audience.
Prime Video members can watch anytime, anywhere through the Amazon Prime Video app on Android and iOS phones and tablets, Fire Tablets, popular LG and Samsung Smart TVs or online at PrimeVideo.com—and can also download all titles to mobile devices for offline viewing
Members can watch Amazon Original Series in English, with French, Italian, Portuguese and Spanish subtitled and dubbed versions also available.
A notable exception to the list of countries where Amazon Prime Video is now available is China, but Amazon’s streaming competitor Netflix isn’t available there either.
Both Amazon and Netflix allow for offline downloads of video content, making both services even more enticing entertainment options for cordcutters world wide.
The company charges a Digital Adapter fee for every television in your home which will increase to $5.49 per outlet from $3.49 per outlet per month.
Broadcast TV and Sports fees have also gone up and have had Comcast customers calling foul since 2014, with a lawsuit pending.
Comcast began charging these fees a few years ago, and has increased them quickly…Broadcast TV and Sports fees aren’t uniform across all markets.
T-Mobile Offers DirecTV Now Free For 1 Year
Are you considering trying DirecTV Now and looking to drop AT&T mobile service?
T-Mobile has the deal for you!
T-Mobile also promised to reimburse customers for DirecTV Now for 12 months if they port a phone number from the AT&T network to T-Mobile and purchase at least two lines. This offer consists of a $35 monthly bill credit, enough to cover the DirecTV Now promotional price.
This is a nice deal for cordcutters on the go, but be aware that T-Mobile will require you to sign up for a $70 a month T-Mobile One plan to get the $35 credit each month.
Two billing cycles without the promotional credit will occur before subscribers will reap the benefits of this offer.
DirecTV Now is one of the latest services added to (T-Mobile’s) Binge On, which exempts dozens of video services from data caps as long as customers are willing to limit mobile viewing quality to about 480p.