Fetch TV adds Amazon Prime Video app

Amazon Prime titles include The Test, Jack Ryan, Mrs. Maisel, Fleabag & Good Omens.

Fetch TV is adding an Amazon Prime Video app from tomorrow.

Prime membership retails at $6.99 a month. Available titles include The Test: A New Era for Australia’s Team, Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan, The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, Fleabag, The Man in the High Castle, Good Omens plus new Australian Amazon Original stand-up specials.

“Fetch has enjoyed tremendous success by making good on the simple proposition of ‘All your entertainment in one easy place’ said Scott Lorson, CEO of Fetch TV. “Today represents another win for Fetch subscribers, with the highly anticipated addition of the Amazon Prime Video app.”

“We expect strong take up of the Amazon Prime Video service on Fetch. Australian households are, more than ever, looking for quality home entertainment options as they bunker down and practice social distancing.”

The app will roll out to Fetch Mighty boxes over a 2-week period, commencing from Tuesday. Subscribers with a Fetch Mini box are expected to receive the Amazon Prime Video app in the next release, currently scheduled for the end June.

Prime members have access to thousands of movies and TV shows, more than two million songs and thousands of stations and playlists ad-free on Amazon Music, access to over 1,000 e-books with Prime Reading, benefits for gamers with Twitch Prime, access to discounted priority delivery and more.

Current Amazon Prime members simply enter their existing Username and Password to access the Amazon Prime Video app on Fetch. Fetch subscribers that are not currently Prime members can follow the easy on-screen instructions to sign up and start their Prime 30-day free trial. Thereafter, Prime membership is available for either AUD$6.99 a month or AUD$59 a year.

8 Responses

  1. I was hesitant to add another streaming service on top of Netflix Stan and Disney+, but after looking at the content available and the low monthly price (even cheaper by the year) I was sold.

  2. I love the Fetch box, very handy for the catch up apps, so when you watch the next episode, you can go to ‘Catch Up’ page and pick up where you left off, rather than opening iView, SBS OnDemand etc and finding the program and next episode.

  3. Are we going to saturate the streaming services in Australia! There is even talk that Warner in USA will start up a service,with our small population in relation to the rest of the world, can it support all of these streaming content I think not!

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