In a bid to sweeten its offering, Bharti Airtel has made its entire content catalogue on Airtel TV available to all post-paid and prepaid users on a free subscription basis till June 2018. Once you are running the eligible plan, you can select the Airtel-Amazon digital card from the Airtel app, download Amazon Prime, sign up or sign in to it, and you are ready to go. "We think subscribers will love the many benefits of Prime, including the latest binge-worthy Amazon Prime Video content, unlimited free fast delivery on millions of items, exclusive deals on top products, and more", said Akshay Sahi, Director and Head of Amazon Prime India.
Airtel has partnered with Amazon India to offer free subscription of Amazon Prime for one year to Airtel postpaid users with Infinity plan of Rs 499 or above. 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. In both cases, 12 months of subscription to Amazon Prime is given for free, but there will only be 9 months left if the subscriber activates the free service in April.
This offer is only for Amazon users who do not have a Prime membership. Their Prime service offers better content as compared with Airtel's own Airtel TV and that of the competing telecoms. Here are the steps to avail your prime subscription if you are using infinity plan.
Amazon is offering a Prime Subscription for Rs. 999 per year. Once installed, open the app and click on the special Airtel-Amazon Digital Card which will be available only to the eligible Airtel customers. That said, here is a step by step guide to active the free Amazon Prime subscription via Airtel.
Users who are eligible will also be required to download the free Airtel TV app from either the Google Play Store or Apple's App Store.
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