Movistar Chile announced the integration of Amazon Prime Video content to Movistar Play in that country. Those Movistar OTT subscribers who activate Amazon Prime Video can enjoy its titles on up to three devices at the same time and download content without an internet connection, from any place and time. Amazon Originals titles are available in 4K (UHD) and dubbed and subtitled in Spanish. To access Amazon Prime Video, Movistar Play subscribers must download the Prime Video application (for iOS and Android), already available in Chile, and log in.
‘The trend in video consumption is changing fast, and customers want to watch all content in one place. For that reason, through Movistar Play, we want to make it easier for people to access the best digital platforms. This way, we exclusively bring Amazon Prime Video to our clients, a platform that arrives with a great differential and unique offer: from Movistar we invite the first three months (that is, access to Prime Video will be free), which will mean that people will enjoy thousands of films and series this summer, for all tastes, such as the award-winning Fleabag; The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel; Homecoming, starring Julia Roberts; or Instinto, the new production with the Spanish actor Mario Casas’, said Cristian Schalscha, Chief Commercial and Marketing Office at Movistar Chile.
Once the first free months to access Prime Video content end, Movistar Play subscribers in Chile will pay a CLP 2,100 (USD 2.5) subscription for a six-month period and, from month 10, customers will start paying a regular monthly Amazon Prime Video subscription, valued at CLP 3,500 (USD 4).
Movistar Play is the Movistar video platform in Latin America, available as an application for mobile devices and Smart TVs, and on connected STBs, including on-demand content – original, exclusive and from other platforms-, up to 76 live TV channels in Chile, rent premiere movies, as well as the possibility of accessing other content platforms. Movistar Play is available for TV, broadband and mobile clients in Argentina, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Mexico, Peru and Uruguay.