Amazon Prime Video is a subscription-based video streaming service that offers unlimited access to thousands of movies and TV shows as well as original content from some of the world's top creators. It's available in over 200 countries around the globe and has more than 50 million subscribers worldwide.
Amazon Prime Video is now available in Nigeria.
People in Nigeria can now subscribe to Amazon Prime Video for ₦2,300 per month.
The service was launched by Amazon on July 29th 2011 (in the United States), but didn't make its way into Nigeria until August 4, 2022 when it expanded into Africa; however since then it has been gradually expanding across other countries such as South Africa, Kenya and Ghana among others where they offer deals similar to their US counterparts at lower rates compared with what you would pay back home if you live outside these areas."
7-day free trial of Amazon Prime Video.
You can get a 7-day free trial of Amazon Prime Video in Nigeria, but after seven days you'll be charged ₦2,300 per month. The monthly subscription fee includes access to a huge selection of movies and TV shows, as well as music streaming services like Spotify, Netflix and more.
"Gangs of Lagos" is the first Amazon Prime Video show to air in Nigeria. The series is about a young man who gets involved with a gang and how he navigates his way through life. The show is available for streaming via Amazon Prime Video, so you can watch it on your TV, computer, tablet, or phone.
It's also available in English and Yoruba languages—which means that this could be perfect for international audiences looking to learn more about African cultures!
I’m sure you’ll agree that Amazon Prime Video is a well-worth subscription service. It offers a vast array of content, from movies and television shows to original content. There is also a robust selection of Prime Original Series like The Grand Tour, which provides an interesting new perspective on car culture and technology. I hope this post has been helpful for you if you are considering signing up for Amazon Prime Video.