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Amazon Prime membership free with Airtel Postpaid Plans: Here's how

13 January 2018, 10:15 | Kelvin Horton

Airtel Offering Amazon Prime Membership

Airtel Offering Amazon Prime Membership

Airtel has announced that it's postpaid and V-Fiber broadband customers will get free 1-year subscription of Amazon Prime service on downloading the Airtel TV app.

You will then reach to Google Play Store from which you need to download the app. Register yourself in the same and follow the steps to start the activation.

Signup for Amazon Prime by registering a phone number and password. Airtel postpaid customers with a myPlan Infinity 499 and above are eligible for the offer, while the Airtel Broadband customers not on the base plan in any circle can avail the offer. "Amazon is best positioned in our view, with its in-market customers, scale, strong access to data, shopping history, ability to close the loop, & leading market share in smart home speakers with Alexa/Echo". But if you're an Airtel customers, the telco is running a promotion by offering Amazon Prime membership for free. It comes soon after the country's biggest telecom operator made the Airtel TV app free for subscribers till June 2018.

The Amazon Prime Offer is on the basis of Postpaid/Broadband bill plan of the customer. This move enables seamless access to Amazon Prime for Airtel Postpaid customers, providing a world of new video streaming content and more.

It is to be noted that this offer is only for those Amazon users who do not have a Prime membership. Also, for Airtel, the free Prime subscription will be provided as long as the customer continues on the current Infinity plan or upgrades to a plan of higher value. Eligible plans can be checked on the company's website. Infinity plans include large bundles of data and benefits such as unlimited local and STD calls, data rollover up to 200GB, and Airtel's device protection scheme.

Airtel has teamed up with Amazon to provide their customers with this lucrative offer.

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