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BookMyShow Gets in a Partnership with Amazon in India to sell Movie Tickets Online

Customers will also get access to BookMyShow's content offerings, including movie reviews, ratings, synopsis, posters and other offerings

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This partnership will further extend the convenience of digital transactions on Amazon.in to the ‘Movie Tickets' category making the experience absolutely seamless for all consumers. Pixabay

Amazon India and Bookmyshow on Monday entered into a partnership where customers can now book Movie Tickets on the e-commerce website.

“Our aim is to simplify the lives of our customers in every possible way – as they shop, pay bills or seek other services. This partnership is yet another step on this ongoing journey,” Mahendra Nerurkar, Director, Amazon Pay said in a statement.

Amazon.in users can log onto the app or mobile site to book their tickets from the ‘movie tickets’ category under ‘shop by category’ or the Amazon Pay tab.

All the cinemas and theatres listed on Amazon.in for this category will be powered exclusively by BookMyShow.

Customers will also get access to BookMyShow’s content offerings, including movie reviews, ratings, synopsis, posters and other offerings.

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Amazon India and Bookmyshow on Monday entered into a partnership where customers can now book Movie Tickets on the e-commerce website. Pixabay

“This partnership will further extend the convenience of digital transactions on Amazon.in to the ‘Movie Tickets’ category making the experience absolutely seamless for all consumers,” Ashish Hemrajani, Founder and CEO, BookMyShow added.

With the integration on Amazon.in, Amazon customers do not need to leave the Amazon app to buy a movie ticket.

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Users can pay conveniently using their Amazon Pay balance, Amazon Pay ICICI Credit Card, Amazon Pay UPI or other digital payment methods. (IANS)

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Amazon’s Music Streaming Service Hits 55 Million Subscribers Globally

Amazon Music Unlimited plan runs $9.99 a month, or $7.99 a month for Prime members who upgrade

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Amazon's music streaming service has grown about 50 per cent in Britain, Germany, Japan, and the US during the past year, and it is also gaining new listeners in countries such as France, Italy, Mexico and Spain. VOA

Amazon’s music streaming service ‘Amazon Music’ has reached 55 million subscribers globally closing in on Apple Music which has over 60 million users.

“Our strategy is unique and, like everything we do at Amazon, starts with our customers. We have always been focused on expanding the marketplace for music streaming by offering music listener’s unparalleled choice because we know that different listeners have different needs,” Steve Boom, VP of Amazon Music said in a statement recently.

“As we continue to lead in our investment in voice with Alexa, and in high-quality audio with Amazon Music HD, we’re excited to bring our customers and the music industry even more innovation in 2020 and beyond,” Steve added.

Amazon’s streaming music service has grown about 50 per cent in Britain, Germany, Japan, and the US during the past year, and it is also gaining new listeners in countries such as France, Italy, Mexico and Spain.

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Amazon’s music streaming service ‘Amazon Music’ has reached 55 million subscribers globally closing in on Apple Music which has over 60 million users. Wikimedia Commons

Amazon Music Unlimited plan runs $9.99 a month, or $7.99 a month for Prime members who upgrade.

With the Single device plan, customers can subscribe to Amazon Music Unlimited at $3.99 per month to access more than 50 million songs on their Fire TV or Echo device.

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While, the family plan allows six family members to access the service for $14.99 per month, or $149 per year for Prime members. (IANS)