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Amazon could add other online networks to Prime Video

The feature may go live as soon as next month

26th November, 2015
Peter Larsen, vice president of Amazon.com, introduces Amazon Fire TV last year Credit: Bloomberg

Amazon.com will soon let viewers of its Prime Instant Video service tap into other on-demand networks, according to a Bloomberg report.

Prime customers will have the option of adding other online subscriptions to their accounts, including major, well-known movie and TV channels.

Unnamed sources said told Bloomberg that Amazon will also sell prepackaged bundles of its own creation. The sources, who who asked not to be identified or disclose the names of the partners...

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