Amazon Prime Video has launched in Canada. Canadians have another choice to binge-watch movies and TV programs.
After much speculation that it was arriving recently, the Netflix-like streaming service, which conveys recent cinema releases, older movies and TV shows, launched in more than 200 nations overnight.
Presently Amazon Prime Video, which incorporates shows like Transparent, The Man in the High Castle and The Grand Tour, has opened its online doors around the globe.
It is bundled with a yearly membership to Amazon Prime, which offers free expedited shipping on specific things from the e-retailer, and in addition particular access to Amazon’s music and book libraries. Clients can likewise pay for Prime video all alone.
“This is just the beginning, Amazon will continue to add a full lineup of fresh new original programming,” the company said in a statement on Wednesday.
In October, Netflix said it had 86.74 million subscribers around the world. A June report from Solutions Research Group said Netflix has 5.2 million subscribers in Canada.