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Amazon offers deep phone discounts to Prime members who accept ads

Amazon is slashing the price of two new, unlocked Android phones to subscribers of its Prime service who are willing to accept advertising and pre-installed Amazon apps on the devices.

Bezos: Apple wants too much money to put Prime on Apple TV

There's been much speculation as to why Apple won't support Amazon Prime Video on its Apple TV OTT devices, and why Amazon won't, in turn, sell Apple TV through its retail engine.

Sprint gives 12 months of Amazon Prime free to customers on 40 GB plans

Sprint said it will give a year of Amazon Prime-- worth $99-- for free to new or existing customers who sign up for the carrier's 40 GB shared data plan. The offer comes weeks after Sprint offered its customers access to Amazon Prime for $10.99-- a price that Amazon itself began offering just a few days later.

Sprint offers monthly access to Amazon Prime, but at a higher rate than Amazon charges

Sprint is teaming with Amazon on a promotion enabling customers to pay for a monthly subscription to Amazon Prime on their mobile bills. But they'll have to pay more to do so.

Amazon jumps into live linear streaming, ties in shoppers with premiere of 'Style Code Live'

It's live, it's ad-free, and it's open for all to see: Amazon debuted its first live-streamed online show on Tuesday night, Style Code Live, a daily lifestyle program focusing on fashion and beauty.

Sprint offers free Amazon Prime membership to customers who buy a new Samsung phone

Sprint is hoping to gain market share as the holiday shopping season approaches via a new promotion that gives new and existing customers Amazon Prime memberships if they purchase certain Samsung Electronics smartphones.

Frontier pushes into OTT video market with FreedomTV offering

Frontier has finally gone public with its OTT video plans, announcing its new FreedomTV service to target consumers who don't want to purchase a linear TV service.

Charter, TWC facing federal inquiries into how they might deal with online video competition

The FCC has requested information from Charter Communications and Time Warner Cable pertaining to how the two companies, which are engaged in a $56.7 billion merger proposal, will deal with online video competition.

Netflix's product chief: Offline viewing offers consumers too much choice

Netflix Chief Product Officer Neil Hunt thinks Amazon Prime Video's seemingly innovative decision to offer customers a download option will do more harm to the rival subscription streaming service than good.

Amazon Prime enables video downloads for Android and Apple mobile devices, beats TVE to punch

Amazon has taken a major competitive leap forward in the area of mobile video, announcing a new feature that lets users of its SVOD Prime Video service download select movies and TV shows to Android and Apple mobile devices.