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Pay-per-view movie option is coming, know whether it will cut or save your pocket?

Amazon Prime Video has announced the launch of a new Prime Video store transaction video-on-demand i.e. TVoD in India.

Amazon Prime Video has announced the launch of a new Prime Video store transaction video-on-demand i.e. TVoD in India. In this, the individual movie will be available on rent.

Today we have brought such a news, in which you have to decide the profit and loss. Because the money is yours. If you OTT (OTT Platforms) more content on (Content) If you are fond of watching, then there can be a loss for you and if you watch it occasionally, then there can be a deal of profit. Now let’s understand how. We are on the popular OTT platform Amazon Prime Video. (Amazon Prime Video) are talking about. Amazon Prime Video has announced the launch of a new Prime Video store transaction video-on-demand i.e. TVoD in India. Individual movie rentals in (Movie on Rent) will be available on The option of pay-per-view service will be available in the Prime Video app and website.

Prime subscribers as well as non-prime subscribers can access it. For a one-time viewing, a payment of Rs 99 to Rs 499 will have to be made. The film will be available on rent after 30 days of purchase.

What are the plans of Amazon Prime Video?

Once started, it has to be completed within 48 hours. Amazon Prime Video on Thursday announced over 40 new movies and shows in Hindi, Tamil and Telugu. Amazon Prime Video has completed five years in India. Prime Video is foraying into the Pay Per View movie service in the country with the store. In addition, Prime Video is announcing new multi-year licensing deals and production with Indian studios. Amazon Prime Video has also forayed into film production in India with films in Hindi and Telugu, which will be released directly on OTT.

At the same time, the basic subscription plan was reduced from 60 percent to Rs 199 per month. The price of some other plans has been reduced by 18-23 percent. Amazon Prime Video’s Pay-Per View or Transaction Video On-Demand (TVod) will be available for one-time viewing from 769 to 1499.

The purpose of this bet of Amazon Prime Video is to increase the number of subscribers. Prime Video’s direct competition is with Disney Plus Hotstar and Netflix.

Let us tell you that Amazon Prime Video has a customer base of 17 million in India. Whereas, Netflix has a customer base of around 5 million in the country.

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