The offer for one year of Amazon Prime is activated exclusively through the Airtel TV app. Access to Prime Video is available after downloading the Prime Video app on supported devices, to begin streaming a broad selection of the latest and exclusive movies, TV shows, stand-up comedies, kids' programming and Amazon Prime Originals, it said. As you must be aware of, Amazon Prime subscription usually costs Rs 999 if you subscribe directly from Amazon India, but Airtel is offering it for free. Then signup for Amazon Prime by registering a phone number and password. 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.
To be eligible for the free membership of Amazon Prime, Airtel subscriber must be a postpaid customer on myInfinity plans of Rs 499 and above. Coming to the Airtel broadband users, customers who're not on the base plan such as Rs 899 in Delhi, Gurgaon, etc. areas can claim the free Amazon Prime Video subscription. Only Airtel postpaid users, who have Infinity Plan above Rs 499 or above are entitled to the offer.More news: Donald Trump Announces First-Ever "Dishonest & Corrupt Media Awards"
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Airtel postpaid users have a reason to rejoice. If the user downgrades to a lower, non-eligible plan after receiving and activating the subscription, the offer will be revoked immediately and the Prime subscription will be stopped. If you are already a subscriber, you will have to wait for the ongoing Prime subscription to end before you can avail the offer.More news: United States judge denies effort to stop Mulvaney from heading consumer watchdog
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. Since the membership is an additional benefit for you, you will not need to give any credit or debit card details.More news: Is Grace Mugabe's Phd Legitimate? Zimbabwe Anti-Corruption Body Investigates