du expands Amazon Prime offerings

Special three-month offer for du customers.
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With its Amazon Prime offering, du customers can keep up with the ongoing adventures of the Mother of Dragons and the rest of the Game of Thrones cast. Image credit: HBO

du has announced it is increasing its Amazon Prime offerings to customers, with a special three month offer.

du customers can now enjoy an exclusive offer to access Amazon Prime for three months. After the three month promotional period, customers can pay 11 AED per month for the following six months for continued access, and 22 AED per month after that.

Fahad AlHassawi, du telco services deputy CEO, said: “Our discerning customers prefer a wide variety of content, and we are delighted to be the first telco in the UAE to launch a special offer on Prime Video.”

Said Tim Leslie, vice president for Amazon Prime Video International: “We want Prime Video customers to have the flexibility of watching all their favourite TV shows, where and when they want. With the addition of Prime Video on du, we’re delighted that even more customers can watch their favourite Prime Originals and popular TV shows and movies, both in the home or on the move.”

More information is available at www.du.ae.

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