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Tigo Colombia adds Amazon Prime to fixed line offer

Friday 22 November 2019 | 13:55 CET | News
Tigo Colombia (Millicom) has become the first operator in the country to include Amazon Prime Video in its fixed broadband offer following its launch for mobile customers earlier this year. All Tigo fixed line customers subscribed to broadband at speeds of at least 10Mbps can now access Amazon's full catalogue during 3 months, at half price over the following 6 months and at the standard price of COP 14,900 a month (USD 4) thereafter.

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Categories: Broadcast & Satellite / Fixed
Companies: Amazon / Millicom / Tigo Colombia
Countries: Colombia
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