The Amazon Prime new Amazon service package offered from a monthly subscription of $ 9.90 or yearly for $ 89.90. Users can access Prime Video, Twitch Prime, Prime Music and Prime Reading content from multiple platforms. In addition, subscribers will enjoy exclusive discounts and free shipping on various product categories.
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The platform offers a free 30-day trial and is available to Amazon account holders only. Therefore, new users need to register with the online store before signing up for the service package. For this, you need to enter your personal data and integrate a credit card for payment of monthly or annual subscription. The services can be accessed by computer and Android phones and on iPhone (iOS). Check out the tutorial below to create an account and choose the monthly or yearly payment option on Amazon Prime.
Tutorial shows how to create an Amazon Prime account Photo: Playback / Amazon Prime
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How to create an Amazon Prime account
Step 1. Go to the service page and click on the "Free 30 Day Trial" button;
By accessing the Amazon Prime sign up screen Photo: Playback / Marvin Costa
Step 2. If you are not an Amazon user, click the "Create your Amazon Account" button. If you have an account, enter your email and password and proceed to step 5;
When to start a new signup to use Amazon Prime Photo: Reproduction / Marvin Costa
Step 3. Enter your name, email and set a password to access the service. To continue, click the "Create your Amazon Account" button;
When to set access data to use Amazon services Photo: Reproduction / Marvin Costa
Step 4. A code will be sent to your email by Amazon. Use the digits in the location shown in the image below and click "Verify". The action required to confirm the email in your registration;
By checking out the email to use to log in to an Amazon account Photo: Reproduo / Marvin Costa
Step 5. At this point, enter the credit card details that will be used to pay for the subscription after the first free month. To continue, click the "Add your card" button;
When to set a credit card to use the Amazon Prime service Photo: Reproduction / Marvin Costa
Step 6. Enter the data required by the service, such as full name, address and telephone. Click "Use this address" to save the information to your account;
When to fill out personal information when creating a subscriber account on Amazon Prime Photo: Reproduction / Marvin Costa
Step 7. Your account is almost done. You will need to enter your social security number. To do this, click on the "Here" link in the message that appears at the top of the screen;
When to access the page to confirm the CPF number of a new Amazon Prime user Photo: Reproduction / Marvin Costa
Step 8. Enter your Social Security Number and click the "Save Changes" button;
When to add your CPF to your Amazon Prime user account Photo: Reproduction / Marvin Costa
Step 9. To start your trial period, click the "Free 30 Day Trial" button. That done, your account becomes active.
To start a free month trial on Amazon Prime service Photo: Reproduction / Marvin Costa
How to change Amazon Prime plan
Step 1. You will be redirected to the service home page. At this point, rest the mouse pointer over "Your Prime" and go to the "Your Account" option;
By accessing your Amazon Prime account information Photo: Playback / Marvin Costa
Step 2. Click on the "Amazon Prime" box to view the service settings;
When to access Amazon Prime settings Photo: Playback / Marvin Costa
Step 3. In the bar on the side of the screen, click on the current value configured for the service subscription;
When to view Amazon Prime payment options Photo: Playback / Marvin Costa
Step 4. At this point, choose the payment option you want to use: just select between monthly or annual plan and click the "Switch to Prime" button.
When to change the Amazon Prime service payment option Photo: Playback / Marvin Costa
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