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Amazon Launches Prime Video Channels in Mexico


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Amazon Prime Video Channels has rolled out in Mexico, offering a range of SVOD subscriptions, including HBO, STARZPLAY, Paramount+, MGM, TV Azteca, Acorn TV, Pongalo, Noggin, CBeebies and Love Nature.

“We are excited to bring even more selection to our Prime members in Mexico with the launch of Prime Video Channels,” said Greg Hart, VP of Amazon Prime Video. “By simplifying our customers’ entertainment experience all within the Prime Video app, we can make it even easier for them to select, subscribe and enjoy their favorite TV shows and movies from our channel providers, like HBO, STARZPLAY and Paramount+.”

HBO is available on Prime Video Channels for MXN 169 ($9) per month; STARZPLAY is MXN 89 ($4.50) per month; Paramount+ and Acorn TV are priced at MXN 79 ($4) each; CBeebies is available for MXN 78 ($4); Pongalo, Love Nature and Noggin are each MXN 49 ($2.50); and MGM and TV Azteca are each MXN 39 ($2). Additional subscriptions will be added in the coming months.

Prime Video Channels has rolled out in the U.S., U.K., Germany, Austria, Japan and Canada.








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Mansha Daswani is the editor and associate publisher of World Screen. She can be reached on [email protected]

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