I have been a big fan of Amazon Prime video.
They offer many of the same features and content that Netflix has, like movies and TV shows, but with much cheaper pricing.
In fact, Amazon Prime videos are usually about half the price of Netflix videos, and in some cases they’re even cheaper.
But now the streaming giant has announced that it will be introducing its own video service in the coming months.
Amazon Prime is an all-you-can-eat, subscription-based video service.
Its goal is to create a better video experience for users than what Netflix offers.
While Prime offers some basic features like HD streaming, its biggest selling point is a subscription model that allows customers to watch and download content at the same time.
I am excited to learn that Amazon will offer a new Prime Video subscription service in 2016.
The service will debut in the US in early April and it will include a new video service called Prime Video Unlimited.
Amazon’s new Prime video service will be similar to Netflix, but the price will be about half of Netflix’s.
The streaming giant will offer its service for $79 a month, but users will be able to upgrade to the service for an additional $5 per month.
For a typical Prime subscriber, Prime Video will be around $20 per month, so a new user will be paying about $30 per month for Prime Video.
Amazon says the new service will allow Prime members to watch unlimited amounts of video on their TV, including sports, documentaries, TV shows and movies.
Prime Video is one of the best video streaming services out there, but its pricing is also very steep.
Amazon will be offering Prime Video for $99 a month and users can upgrade to Prime Video Plus for an extra $10 a month.
I’m not sure how much Prime Video I would spend on a new streaming service, but I’m curious to see how Amazon’s Prime Video looks on the shelf of my TV.
The new Prime service will launch in the United States in early 2016, but Amazon plans to launch it in other markets later in the year.