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Amazon takes Prime video service to the sky with JetBlue

Tuesday 5 May 2015 | 18:19 CET | News
Amazon announced a deal to bring on-demand entertainment to flights run by the airline JetBlue. Amazon Prime members will be able to use JetBlue's FlyFi in-flight Wi-Fi service to movies and TV episodes on-demand, at no additional cost to their membership. In addition, all JetBlue customers will be able to rent or purchase hundreds of thousands of titles in the Amazon Instant Video store. Access to Amazon's entertainment library will be built into the JetBlue Fly-Fi Hub, giving customers access to titles from Amazon on their laptops and mobile devices. The Fly-Fi broadband internet will be

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