Is it time to cancel your Netflix (s NFLX) subscription now that Amazon (s AMZN) streams movies and TV shows as part of its Amazon Prime service? Check out this week’s Cord Cutters episode for an answer to this question:
|Previously on Cord Cutters:|
|How to Watch Sports Online|
|3 Roku Tips & Tricks|
|3 Boxee Box Tips and Tricks|
|How to Optimize Your Netflix Streaming|
|Our take on Hulu Plus|
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Show notes for this episode:
- Amazon Prime Instant Videos is free for Amazon Prime members who pay $79 per year for unlimited two-day shipping. Anyone can try the service free for 30 days.
- Amazon Prime Instant Videos offers access to some 5,000 movies and TV show episodes, which you can browse on Amazon’s website.
- The service is available through Roku, Google (s GOOG) TV, Vizio, Panasonic etc. Here is a list of devices that are currently supported.
- Check out our previous coverage of Amazon Prime Instant Videos.
Please share your thoughts about Amazon Prime Instant Videos in the comments, get in touch with us on Twitter (@cordcutters) or email us at cordcutters @ gigaom.com.
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