Amazon Prime members who are also frequent travelers will now have another new benefit coming to them as part of their annual membership. The company this morning announced it has inked a deal with JetBlue to bring Amazon Prime Instant Video to the airline, allowing customers to watch tens of thousands of movies and TV shows that will be made available over JetBlue’s high-speed « Fly-Fi » broadband Internet.
This is the first time that Amazon has partnered with an airline to power an in-flight entertainment option. More importantly, it will put Amazon’s video service in front of non-Prime members, as well, as the JetBlue deal will allow all passengers the option to rent or purchase titles from the Amazon Instant Video store.
Amazon’s Instant Video store includes new release movies and day-after TV programming, which will provide JetBlue’s customers with a range of viewing choices. And it will allow Amazon the ability to advertise…
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