New York magazine has published a short profile of Amazon Prime, its premium, cloud-based subscription service.
Amazon has been aggressively pushing its Prime membership program, which is priced at $99 per year and includes a number of services, to get subscribers in more than 10 million households across the country.
The story does not include Amazon’s Prime Day event on November 22, which was announced a week earlier.
It does include Prime Day, though, as the date for which subscribers can sign up to receive Prime.
Prime Day is when members can use Amazon’s services like Prime Video, Prime Music, Prime Video Prime, Prime Audio, Prime Photos, Prime Instant Video, and Prime Music Unlimited.
While the Prime Day announcement was a big deal for Prime, many of its customers didn’t sign up for Prime because of its low-volume pricing and the fact that Prime Music was not available.
That may have changed on November 18, however, when Prime announced that it was launching a new service called Prime Music that would have unlimited Prime Music for just $4.99 per month.
Prime Music will be available on November 21, while Prime Video will be released on November 26.
The New York article points out that the new service, which will be free to Prime members, will feature Prime Video Unlimited, which has been available for Prime members since March.
It will be the first service that Prime subscribers will get, but Prime Music won’t be available until December, when the new Prime Video service is also available.
The article also mentions that Prime’s price point is $99 for the entire year.
It has been reported that the service will be $39.99 on November 19.
Amazon’s move to include Prime Music and Prime Video in the same price point was seen as a move to attract customers and boost revenue, which the company has made in the past.
Amazon had previously tried to get customers to sign up through a promotional website, but that was discontinued last year.
It is unclear if Amazon will continue to offer the service after Prime Day.