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Vodafone partners with Amazon Prime Video to offer special 4G plans

BGR India Sunday, 19 March 2017
Telecom service provider Vodafone on Sunday said it has partnered with Amazon Prime Video India to enable its customers access large selection of Bollywood, Hollywood, regional movies, US TV shows, kids’ programming and global Amazon originals. “The entertainment consumption patterns of customers are rapidly changing. They want more freedom and flexibility in the way they consume content. This partnership with Amazon Prime Video does just that, further strengthening our content proposition and reiterating our commitment to offering the best to our customers along with unique privileges,” Vodafone India Director – Commercial Sandeep Kataria said in a statement. Vodafone is the first telecom player to partner with Amazon Prime Video India and its consumers can enjoy Amazon Prime with a special
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