You Can Stream Amazon Prime Video for Free for a Limited Time
Globe subscribers, we're looking at you.
It's official: All new and existing Globe Postpaid customers can get six months of Amazon Prime Video access (paid for by Globe up to P150/month value). This means eligible customers can get unlimited streaming access to selected movies and TV shows on Prime Video. The selection includes Prime's critically acclaimed and award-winning Originals, like the Emmy-nominated, Golden Globe-awarded Tom Clancy's Jack Ryan, and new seasons of The Man in the High Castle. That means you have more shows to binge-watch on the weekends!
In addition to unlimited streaming of movies and TV shows available on Prime Video, this offer also comes with Twitch Prime (also paid for by Globe, up to P150/month value). Twitch Prime offers a premium experience on Twitch, a streaming platform for gamers. Twitch Prime comes with free games every month, in-game content, a Twitch channel subscription every 30 days at no additional cost, exclusive emotes, and chat badge.
To get you started on your next binge-watch session, here are some of the Prime Originals that you can watch on the streaming service.
The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel
This period comedy-drama revolves around Miriam "Midge" Maisel (Rachel Brosnahan), a housewife from New York City in 1958 who starts doing stand-up comedy.
The Man in the High Castle
This dystopian series, already on its second season, is based on the novel of the same name by Philip K. Dick. It tells the story of an alternate version of post-war 1962, where the Nazis and the Axis powers won World War II.
Tom Clancy's Jack Ryan
Starring John Krasinski as the titular character, Jack Ryan is based on author Tom Clancy's "Ryanverse" novels. In the TV series, Jack Ryan is a CIA analyst-turned-field-agent who's on a mission to stop terrorists. Krasinski is one of the executive producers of the political thriller, along with Clancy, Michael Bay, and others.
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