Monday, 3 Aug 2020

Amazon Prime Shows Loyalty to customers that are on $99 annual plan


Amazon used a different approach this time to show loyalty to existing annual paying members. But also decided to make this decision a profitable one as they always do.

Amazon announced on Friday announced that it has raised the monthly Amazon Prime membership rate from $10.99 per month to $12.99 per month, an increase of 18%. Amazon was quick to note, however, that the $99 annual membership fee for Amazon Prime will remain the same. Students who were paying $5.49 per month for access to Prime will now be charged $6.49.

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