If you have been waiting to watch The Grand Tour or any other Amazon exclusive show in a country that does that have access to it, you may be happy to know that Amazon has today announced that Prime Video is now available in more than 200 countries and territories around the world.
From today, Amazon Prime members in Belgium, Canada, France, India, Italy and Spain can start watching content from Amazon Prime Video at no additional cost to their Prime membership.
New customers in those countries can also watch the content, but they will have to get a Prime subscription to do so, which is currently set at an introductory price of $2.99/ €2.99 a month for the first six months.
You can also grab a 7-day free trial in these regions.
After those 6 months, the subscription rate will be raised to the normal pricing, which is $5.99/€5.99 a month.
This now means that the Amazon Prime Video service is now available in more countries than what Netflix is, which only hit 130 countries earlier this year.
That said, not all TV shows and films will be available in those regions, but Mozart in the Jungle, Transparent, The Man in the High Castle, and The Grand Tour will be available around the world.
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