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  1. Amazon launches mobile-only, more affordable Prime Video plan in India Image Credits: Dhiraj Singh / Bloomberg / Getty Images Amazon is doubling down on one of the biggest strengths of Prime Video streaming service: Aggressive pricing. The e-commerce giant on Wednesday launched Prime Video Mobile Edition, an even more affordable tier of the on-demand video streaming service — now also bundling some mobile data. Prime Video Mobile Edition, for which Amazon has partnered with Indian telecom network Airtel, will feature 28-day mobile-only, sin
  2. Various software tools aggressively promoted online have the stated purpose of allowing people to download movies and TV shows from services including Netflix and Disney+. While most work on a base level by providing a file that can be stored and watched independently of the service in question, the results are a poor replacement for the services themselves. For those who remember using audio cassette tapes, VHS and Betamax video recorders and similar wizardry, recording content from various sources to keep for a while was the sole purpose of the technology.
  3. Will it keep consumers from cutting the cord? The big picture: Amazon and Comcast has agreed to bring Prime Video to the Xfinity X1 platform. This gives current Prime Video subscribers the ability to view Amazon content from their X1 natively. It also gives Comcast yet another streaming platform to add to its X1 offerings in addition to Netflix. This could prove to be a valuable way to keep consumers from ditching Comcast in an effort to cut the cord. Amazon and Comcast have announced that they're teaming up to bring Amazon Prime Video to the Xfinity X1 set-top box. This g
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