Look out, Netflix.
Amazon is coming after you harder than ever.
The company has made a pretty huge change to its video streaming service in the United States, making it now possible to become a member of Amazon Prime Video WITHOUT becoming a member of the overall Prime membership program.
Previously, Prime Video - which includes access to countless TV shows and movies - could only be enjoyed if one also signed up for Amazon Prime as a whole.
The latter option, which features free shipping on all Amazon products, costs $99 per year.
But you can now sign up separately for Amazon Prime Video at a cost of just $8.99 per month, which is $1 cheaper than the raised price of Netflix's two-stream HD service, which goes into effect next month.
Amazon Prime Video allows up to three concurrent streams per account.
It does not require an annual commitment. You may simply pay month to month, as you go.
Moreover, Amazon is offering a new payment option for full Prime membership of $10.99 monthly... with no annual commitment.
Amazon has been investing in exclusive original content for years now, with Amazon Studios original series include “Transparent,” “Mozart in the Jungle,” “Catastrophe,” “Bosch,” “The Man in the High Castle,” “Red Oaks” and “Hand of God.”
Click HERE to learn more and sign up for a FREE 30-DAY PRIME VIDEO TRIAL TODAY!