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Another twist on inflation! These plans of Jio, Airtel and Vodafone-Idea will be expensive

Highlights:

  • The number of users of OTT apps has increased significantly during the lockdown.
  • Amazon Prime is going to increase the price of the subscription soon.
  • Plans of telecom companies giving free access to Amazon Prime will also be expensive.

Lockdown has made us addicted to OTT apps and these days many people are using these platforms. We all use Amazon Prime membership, it has a lot of great series and movies to watch. But, if you are a regular user of it, you might get a tweak.

If you recharge your phone instead of Amazon Prime membership with a plan that offers free access to OTT apps, then this is news for you. Amazon’s Prime membership will soon become expensive.

The increase in prices will not only affect the pockets of the users, but will also affect the telecom companies that are offering free subscription to Amazon Prime. “Amazon Prime prices will also increase for customers who take the help of their mobile operators to subscribe,” Amazon said in a statement.

This means that Vodafone Idea, Reliance Jio, Airtel all plans that offer free Prime membership along with their own recharge plans will see a hike in prices.

Airtel plans with Amazon Prime
Airtel offers free Amazon Prime with its Rs 131 and Rs 19 prepaid plans. The company also has some postpaid plans that offer free access to the Prime Video streaming app. One year Amazon Prime subscription is also available for free in the postpaid plans of Rs 499, Rs 999 and Rs 1,599.

Jiona plans with Amazon Prime
Jio offers this feature in its Rs 399 plan. Apart from this, plans of Rs 599, Rs 799 and Rs 1,499 are also included in the list.

Vodafone Idea plans
For Vodafone Idea, free access to Amazon Prime is offered through Rs 499, Rs 649, Rs 699, Rs 799, Rs 999 and Rs 1,099 individual and family postpaid plans as well as Rs 1,348 postpaid plans.

All these telecom operators can increase the prices of their postpaid and prepaid plans.

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