Amazon Prime Video introduces video channels, joins hands with 8 major players
India is the 12th country to host Prime Video Channels after the US, Japan, the UK, and others
Amazon Prime Video has announced the launch of Prime Video Channels in India and it will be available to the subscribers from today. The users will have option to watch global and local binge-worthy content including thousands of shows, films, reality TV and documentaries from eight video-streaming services including discovery+, Lionsgate Play, DocuBay, Eros Now, MUBI, hoichoi, manoramaMAX, and ShortsTV. There will be a single billing mechanism based on the package chosen by the consumer.
India is the 12th country to host Prime Video Channels after the US, Japan, the UK, and others.
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"With the launch of Prime Video Channels, we now take the next big step in our journey to entertain India by creating a video entertainment marketplace – first of its kind in India – which will not only delight our customers by giving them even more entertainment choices, but also benefit the OTT Channel partners who collaborate with us,"said Gaurav Gandhi, country manager, Amazon Prime Video, India in a statement.
Here is the list of subscription details of the Amazon Prime Channels:
- discovery+: Rs 299/year
- DocuBay: Rs 499/year
- Eros Now: Rs 299/
- hoichoi: Rs. 599/ year
- Lionsgate Play: Rs 699/year
- manoramaMAX: Rs. 699/ year
- MUBI: Rs 1999/year
- ShortsTV: Rs 299/year