Universal+ lands on Prime Video

Freebox and Amazon subscribers: Universal+ lands on Prime Video

The platform, first launched at SFR, is included in the range of services offered by Amazon Channels.

Pending direct integration, Universal+ content is now available to Amazon Prime subscribers. The NBCUniversal-owned platform moved to France on November 17 at SFR first, but is now available on Freeboxes via the Prime Video application. The service is offered with a 7-day free trial and will then be billed at €5.99/month.

This platform includes access to programs broadcast on the channels 13ème Rue, SYFY, E! and DreamWorks now available. Among the content on offer are exclusive series and seasons such as Station Eleven, The Real Housewives of Dubai but also original 13th Street series such as Interior kitchen Where Marion. For the little ones, the content of the DreamWorks channel will also be a good place to look for something to occupy them for the holidays The Adventures of Puss in Boots, Croods: The Origins

The Prime Video app is available to all Freebox subscribers and requires an Amazon Prime subscription. The latter is included for Freebox Delta subscribers and offered for six months to Freebox Revolution and Pop subscribers. It allows, in addition to access to the SVOD service of the American giant, to take advantage of many advantages such as free ultra-fast delivery, a music streaming service or even free games…

This article was taken from the Univers FreeBox website

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