Who doesn’t love their share of binging on movies and TV series. Most of us do occasionally, but then comes the PCS move overseas and boom before you know it you have to forfeit something. In this case overseas military families hadn’t been able to take advantage of the Amazon Prime Instant Video feature that comes with your yearly membership.
Well don’t fret because Amazon has partnered with AFN (American Forces Network) to bring military families at bases overseas their library of programming with Amazon Prime Video.
“This means military members and their families who reside within U.S. military bases abroad, and who are Prime members have unlimited access to thousands of movies and TV episodes available in the U.S. Prime Video catalog. Military members and their families can just go to the Amazon Video app for TVs, connected devices and mobile devices, or online at http://www.Amazon.com/primevideo to start instantly watching. As part of this ongoing effort, Amazon will continue unblocking the U.S. Prime Video catalog on additional bases.
We didn’t stop there. Amazon teamed-up with the American Forces Network (AFN) to provide military personnel and their families access to award-winning and critically-acclaimed Amazon Original Series Transparent, Bosch, Alpha House and The Man in the High Castle while living overseas.”
Amazon has stated that you can contact them to see when Amazon Prime Video will be available at your installation if it hasn’t become unlocked there yet.
The list below (Courtesy of TechCrunch) lists what bases currently offer the service:
Get your 30 day free Amazon Prime subscription here. Many military spouses are students and if so you can get a Free 6 month Amazon Prime Student subscription after it expires you will only pay $49 for the year. The regular membership is $99 for the year.
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