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Amazon Prime now $10.99 per month through Sprint

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Yesterday Sprint announced they would offer subscriptions to Amazon Prime on a monthly basis, rather than the $99 charge Prime members get billed every 12 months. The monthly rate for Sprint customers is $10.99 per month, which adds up to $131.88 per year. That’s over $30 more per year than if paid in one lump sum.

But for some who want to try Amazon Prime without committing a full year, or those who would simply rather pay month-by-month, the Sprint/Amazon partnership offers a practical alternative.

Prime membership includes complete access to Amazon Original Series and Movies, Prime Video content, over 1 million songs with Prime Music, the Kindle Owners’ Lending Library, unlimited photo storage with Kindle devices, and free two-day shipping on most items.

“We know customers love shopping on their mobile devices and having access to entertainment at their fingertips while on the go or at home – so we’re excited to team up with Sprint to introduce this special Prime offer,” said Jeff Blackburn, senior vice president-Amazon Business Development.”

Sprint customers can sign up at www.sprint.com/amazonprime or by calling or visiting a Sprint store.

Source: Sprint

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  1. So not only do you end up paying more for Prime, but you also end up with Sprint as your phone service. Sounds like a great deal! /s

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