Amazon has finally launched its Prime service in India. The service offers free (and unlimited) one-day and two-day delivery options across 100 cities in India, with no minimum order amount required for delivery.
There's discounted same-day delivery options for Delhi, Mumbai, Bangalore, Hyderabad, and other cities as well. Prime also offers early access to Amazon's lightning deals, as well as exclusive deals to members. At launch, Prime Video is not available in India, but Amazon notes that the service is coming soon.
Amazon is rolling out a 60-day trial if you're interested in taking a look at what Prime has to offer, after which the service will cost ₹999 a year. There is an introductory price of ₹499 for the first year for those signing up for the trial now.
With a 60-day trial available, there's absolutely no reason not to try Prime in India. Head to the link below to subscribe today.
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