Amazon has announced it is already expanding its recently launched Prime Music service, bringing hundreds of thousands of new songs into the mix.
Google let some light shine on its plans for its budding retail service Express Shopping. A company executive revealed that Google set aside half a billion to expand the service across the US, and that a yearly subscription plan similar to Amazon Prime is in the works.
Amazon Prime becomes even more attractive with the addition of Prime Music, an unlimited, ad-free streaming service that Amazon took the wraps off today.
Amazon announced today it will increase the cost of its Prime service by $20, to $99 per year. Amazon Prime includes free two-day shipping of many items, unlimited video streaming on Prime Instant Video, and one free ebook borrowing per month.
In the ongoing war for your money, Google is reported to have been subtly building an alternative to Amazon Prime. Reportedly named “Google Shopping Express”, the service will be offered at $64-69 annually, making it about $15 cheaper than Amazon Prime. So far, so good!
Amazon.ca announced the launch of Amazon Prime in Canada. Users who sign up for Prime will receive unlimited free two-day shipping on millions of items.
Looking for a hot Christmas gift? Amazon is offering all Kindle Fire tablets at a discounted rate to Amazon Prime and Amazon Moms members. The prices are super low, so be sure to get yours before they run out!
After just days of running the Amazon Prime monthly subscription tests, Amazon brings its scheme to a halt without disclosing the results of their experiment.
You can get Amazon Prime for $7.99 per month now, but the flat discounted fee of $79 still applies. Is it worth it for streaming movies and TV shows, a free book a month from the Kindle Owners’ Lending Library, and free two-day delivery?