Vodafone Makes Amazon Prime Membership Affordable for its Prepaid Users

By July 5th, 2018 AT 5:07 PM

Vodafone India has introduced a new youth offer under which it is offering Amazon Prime membership for just half the rate. This new offer will allow Vodafone prepaid users in the age group of 18-24 to avail the Amazon Prime membership just for Rs 499. It is notable that the actual price of Prime membership without any offer is Rs 999. The Prime membership avails free one-day shipping and discounted same-day shipping on Amazon.in, Prime Video, and Prime Music for the members. If you are a Vodafone user in the age group of 18-24, and you wish to purchase the membership at discount rate you can head over to the MyVodafone app and pay Rs 499 towards the purchase. After the purchase, you will merely have to log in to your Amazon account, and the Prime membership will be activated.

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Users should also keep in mind that with the Prime Sale approaching shortly on July 16, Vodafone is urging its prepaid customers to purchase the membership before the date. The Prime Sale which will start at 12 PM on July 16 will bring loads of offers, launches, flash sales, discounts etc. exclusively for Prime members. It will go on for 36 hours.

Speaking about Prime Akshay Sahi, Director and Head of Prime, Amazon India, commented, “We want to continue to make Amazon Prime more accessible to customers and partnering with Vodafone enables us to offer Prime at half the price, making it more affordable and convenient for young adults. The unique combination of shopping and entertainment benefits from Prime offers an incredible amount of value for members.”

Associate Director of Consumer Business at Vodafone India, Avneesh Khosla spoke about the offer “In today’s hyper-connected and digital world, youngsters are looking forward to new experiences. To facilitate these experiences we had launched Vodafone U, the digital-only platform exclusively for our youth customers that enables them to maximize life with limited resources,” he added “In line with the Vodafone U philosophy of doing more with less we are excited to launch Youth Offer on Amazon Prime that gives our young customers affordable access to a robust library of exciting movies, videos, TV shows and music on-the-go and allows them to shop for their favourite products with free & fast doorstep delivery. Vodafone understands the need for a seamless entertainment and retail experience, and we invite our young customers to avail this exciting offer on our SuperNet 4G Network.”

Vodafone prepaid customers can avail the Amazon Prime Membership for Rs 499 by heading over to MyVodafone application.

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Amazon Prime have no content, waste of money.
Netflix have great customer content, wait for Jio to launch also airtel may also tie up with Netflix soon.


Vodafone always descriminating between people.

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