Amazon Prime Video now available to du customers

Amazon Prime Video now available to du customers
Published: 17 January 2019 - 5:28 a.m.
By: Pranav Vadehra

Amazon Prime Video is now available on du’s entertainment service to offer customers even greater choice in high-quality video content, with a special three month offer.

Starting January 17, all du customers can enjoy an exclusive offer to access Prime Video for three months, on du. They will be able to enjoy Prime Video’s streaming service that offers a collection of TV shows and movies, plus a line-up of Bollywood titles.

After the three month promotional period, customers will need to pay monthly for continued access to Prime Video at 11 AED per month for the next six months and 22 AED per month thereafter.

Fahad AlHassawi, Deputy CEO, du Telco Services, EITC, said: “Our discerning customers prefer a wide variety of content and we are delighted to be the first telco in the UAE to launch a special offer on Prime Video. du customers will now be able to enjoy unlimited, uninterrupted streaming of award-winning Prime Original series and popular movies and TV shows.”

“We want Prime Video customers to have the flexibility of watching all their favourite TV shows, where and when they want,” said Tim Leslie, Vice President, Amazon Prime Video International. “With the addition of Prime Video on du, we’re delighted that even more customers can watch their favourite Prime Originals and popular TV shows and movies, both in the home or on the move.”

As part of the offer, du customers can enjoy popular movies and TV shows, including award-winning and critically acclaimed Prime Originals. These include the motoring antics of Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May in The Grand Tour; the thrilling gangster saga set in India, Mirzapur; highly-acclaimed actress Julia Roberts’ TV debut in the all-new Homecoming; and the Emmy and Golden Globe-winning series, The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel.

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