New mobile-only Amazon Prime Video subscription launched in India

Michail, 13 January 2021

Amazon and Indian carrier Airtel have announced a new mobile-only plan for prepaid customers called Amazon Prime Video Mobile Edition (PVME). The subscription service starts at INR 89 ($1.22) per single user and offers access to standard definition (SD) content for 28 days with 6GB of mobile data bundled in the subscription. In addition, Amazon is offering a free month trial for PVME.

With its aggressive pricing strategies, Amazon’s goal with the new Prime Video subscriptions is to attract a larger base of Indian customers to its ecosystem which also includes Prime Music, Prime Reading, free in-game content for popular gaming titles as well as unlimited free delivery.

As the second-largest internet market, India is a major playing field for all major subscription service providers. Back in July of 2019, Netflix launched a similar mobile-only plan which starts at INR 199 ($2.72) per month.


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I'm an Indian

  • Anonymous

Clearly, you're either 1) Not a Prime Video user 2) a Prime Video user in the US.


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