Amazon launches its premium service Prime in India

In a bid to outshine its e-commerce rivals, Amazon has launched its membership service Amazon Prime in more than 100 cities in India, initially free for a trial period of 60 days. Prime members will have early access to products in ‘Lightning Deals’ category every day and will also enjoy fast and free delivery.
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In a bid to outshine its e-commerce rivals, Amazon has launched its membership service Amazon Prime in more than 100 cities in India, initially free for a trial period of 60 days. Prime members will have early access to products in ‘Lightning Deals’ category every day and will also enjoy fast and free delivery.

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