Amazon Prime Video subscribers are in for a great piece of news — they now have 3,000 more video titles to choose from, thanks to a new deal between Amazon and Discovery Networks. Amazon is claiming its of the ‘highest quality, non-fiction, informative and entertaining content’ that the deal will bring along to Prime Instant Video. This it surely will be considering its popular shows like Deadliest Catch, Mythbusters, Man vs. Wild, Dirty Jobs, Gold Rush: Alaska, or It’s Made from Science, and The Jeff Corwin Experience that subscribers will now be able to avail of.
Amazon Prime customers will continue to pay the stipulated $79 a year and won’t be charged extra for being able to download and view contents from Discovery Channel. Amazon already has 3-5 million Prime customers and the numbers will only continue to grow as the popularity of the Kindle Fire scales new height. Amazon has been promoting its Prime Video service by offering free subscription to the video lending site to owners of the Kindle Fire tablet.
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