Channels arrive at Amazon Prime Video in Spain: now subscription system

Amazon Prime Video is one of the best-known streaming services in Spain, which this year has left us with various novelties, such as the option to buy or rent movies. Today it is the turn of a new feature launched in Spain, which are the so-called Amazon Channels, a series of new subscription channels, integrated into the platform.

Through these channels, users will be able to access Mubi, MGM or Starzplay content, each with a monthly subscription. Without having to leave the Amazon Prime Video application you can access those channels, although you will have to pay to access them.

Access new channels from Amazon Prime Video

In its launch in Spain, Amazon Channels leaves us with a series of new channels in Spain: Starzplay, MGM and Mubi, which are now available. Each focuses on several different contents, as well as having different subscription prices, which would add to the cost of your Amazon Prime Video subscription. These available channels are already:

  • MGM: Hollywood Classics, plus some recent content. It costs 3.99 euros per month.
  • Mubi: A catalogue of films that focuses especially on independent cinema. It costs 9.99 euros per month.
  • Starzplay: It features series and movies, as well as productions typical of the American channel Stars. It costs 4.99 euros per month.
  • OUTtv: LGBT content. It costs 4.99 euros per month.
  • Nick Jr's Noggin: Subscription to Service with Nick Jr. Characters Costs 3.99 euros per month.
  • TVCortos: A channel dedicated to short films. It costs 3.99 euros per month.
  • Mezzo: Classical music, dance and jazz. It costs 2.99 euros per month.
  • Qello Concerts by Stingray: Thousands of classical music concerts. It costs 4.99 euros per month.

Users will only need to sign in to their Amazon Prime Video account, whether it's on their TV, Android app, or web version. Within the platform is already the section of Canales, where you can see the available channels and you can proceed to their contracting. All of them arrive with a 30-day free trial and must be paid once that period has passed.

In these channels we still have functions that we already know in the video platform: add content to the follow-up list, download to view offline, subtitles and audio in various languages... You're not going to have any problems using these channels in the app.

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