It’s Now Harder To Share Your Amazon Prime Benefits: New Limits Restrict …
August 3, 2015 - Kindle Unlimited
Even during $99 a year, Amazon Prime is a good understanding if we mostly sequence equipment from a hulk tradesman – a giveaway two-day shipping alone is value it for desirous types, and extras like a collection of giveaway streaming videos don’t hurt. Before now we could make your dollar go even serve by pity an comment with adult to 4 other Amazon business (for a sum of five). Alas, a serene days of that spare fivesome are over: Amazon now restricts we to dual adult users per Prime account.
The new setup seems quite targeted during chief families. The dual adults can both entrance a Prime account, with any chairman carrying entrance to a other’s credit or withdraw cards on a Amazon comment after a strange owners verifies it. Up to 4 children can entrance a Prime comment for things like Amazon Prime Instant Video or a Kindle Lender’s Library, though (smartly) won’t be certified to spend any money. This setup works for any use where an Amazon comment is required, including a Kindle and Amazon Video apps for Android.
Here are a Prime services affected:
- Prime shipping
- Prime Instant Video (streaming only)
- Kindle Owners’ Lending Library
- Prime Early Access
- Prime Exclusive Deals
If you’ve already common your Prime comment with some-more than one person, you’re grandfathered in. The changes have already been made, though we won’t remove entrance to any of a pity accounts you’ve already enabled unless we manually undo one. Single Amazonians: lift on, zero to see here.