Check plan price, Airtel offer, and more

Yolanda Curtis
January 13, 2021

Amazon has launched its first mobile-only plan for Prime Video.

The 'Prime Video Mobile Edition' is a single user plan with SD quality streaming, available at an introductory price of ₹89. There is also a Rs 299 prepaid recharge plan, which offers unlimited voice calling benefits, 1.5GB data per day and access to Amazon Prime Video.

In an attempt to undercut its fiercest rival Netflix in India, Amazon has launched its own mobile-only Prime Video subscription plans today. Amazon has partnered with Airtel, with the latter's prepaid users getting a free 30-day trial for the Amazon Prime Video Mobile Edition subscription with all prepaid bundles.


Once the 30-day free trial is over, users can choose through four different prepaid packs which will bring the Amazon Prime Video Mobile Edition subscription.

What's interesting about the Prime Video mobile plans is that apart from offering a range of online content to users, it also provides them with 4G data to further enhance the user experience. Now, to answer the biggest question - How do you subscribe to Amazon Prime Video Mobile Edition? At a recharge of ₹131, they can get Amazon Prime membership for 30 days with full Prime Video access, free fast shipping and unlimited ad-free music.

Meanwhile, Airtel customers who purchase the Rs 131 or Rs 349 recharge plans can enjoy the full Amazon Prime subscription and its benefits, including Prime Video in HD/UHD, ad-free music subscription to Prime Music, and fast delivery on Amazon.in.


Amazon Prime Video mobile-only plans compete with the Netflix mobile-only plan, which is priced at Rs. 199. Buoyed by this response, we want to double-down by offering our much-loved entertainment content to an even larger base of Indian customers. Given high mobile broadband penetration in the country, the mobile phone has become one of the most widely used streaming devices.

Amazon offers monthly and yearly plans to users.

Over the top (OTT) players like Netflix, Amazon Prime and Disney+Hotstar have seen massive growth in the past few years on the back of cheap data tariffs and availability of affordable smartphones. The adoption of these digital platforms was further accelerated during the pandemic amid restricted social activities like visits to movie theatres.


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