Amazon Lets Users Stream for Free in Light of Award Celebration

Amazon Lets Users Stream for Free in Light of Award Celebration

KILLEEN, TX – Amazon had just won two global wins. In light of their outstanding achievement, they announced that they will permit users to stream for free The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel this coming weekend.

The company said that the initiation of the free streaming is this weekend, but I have confirmed from various sources that the viewing has already begun this January 12th. It is bound to go on until the 15th this coming Monday.

People can indulge in this amazing Amazon prize using the Prime Video app if they are using their TV. However, if one wishes to use other forms of devices such as a tablet or smart phone, they may still watch the series by logging into amazon.com/maisel.

There is also a caution about using the Prime Video app since Amazon has announced that there are only certain devices that it is compatible with.

It’s better to be safe than to be sorry. With that, you might as well check out the list at www.amazon.com/howtostream where you will see if your device is included or excluded in the devices that can stream through the said app.

But don’t worry if you don’t find your gadget’s name in the list. It’s like I said. People can still view the series online using the link provided earlier in this article.

Prime Video Vice President Greg Hart couldn’t help but congratulate Rachel and Amy for their first ever win. He also expressed his excitement for the rest of the fans who will view the series for free, not to mention prospective fans in the future.

The series can be streamed for free at 4k ultra HD and high-dynamic range which is compatible with a whole bunch of devices such as the all new Fire TV, set boxes, and many more.

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