The online retail giant has launched a new service to offer Prime Now members access to all its products.
The company says Prime Now has been around since the end of 2017 and was originally a mobile app, but was expanded to include video, music, games and more.
Prime Now offers shoppers a curated selection of products that they can access at no additional cost.
The new service, called Amazon Prime, is now available to Prime members in Canada and the US, and will expand to other countries later this year.
Prime is an online marketplace for buying products and services, offering discounts, free shipping, discounts on select goods and more in return for a payment plan.
Amazon Prime Now was launched last month in Canada, Australia and New Zealand, and was rolled out in the US on June 18.
Prime members can access up to $70 worth of Prime membership benefits, including access to exclusive deals, free two-day shipping and more, in addition to the standard Amazon Prime service, which offers discounts and more with a monthly fee.
In addition, Prime Now also offers a $99 “Prime Music” subscription service, as well as Amazon’s Prime Music Unlimited service that includes access to thousands of free tracks.
Prime Music Unlimited offers the ability to access Prime Music on your computer and mobile devices, as the company says, without needing to install or upgrade any other apps.
Prime Music offers unlimited streaming of Prime Music to Amazon Prime members, who can also stream content from other music services through their computer, mobile devices and Amazon Cloud Drive.
Amazon has been expanding Prime Music, which currently offers Prime members a number of music streaming services, to include Spotify, Rdio, Rdam, Rdov, TuneIn Music, Spotify Premium, and Apple Music, as of April 6, 2018.
Prime now is available to all Prime members who are eligible for the free service, and Amazon says it will continue to offer free music streaming to Prime customers until they pay an annual fee.