Recently, Amazon India shared some insights that showed that the Prime members resume fostering the programme for its multiple benefits to add comfort and leisure to their everyday lives, Director - Prime, Amazon India, Subbu Palaniappan reported the reporters.
A top official of the company stated on Wednesday, amid the unprecedented influence of COVID-19, Amazon, an e-commerce firm, has focused on giving reliability to customers, assuring the security of employees, and assisting sellers to get back on their feet.
Insights shared by Amazon India showed that Prime members stay to adopt the programme for its numerous benefits to add ease and convenience to their everyday lives, Director - Prime, Amazon India, Subbu Palaniappan told reporters.
Distant from Coimbatore and Chennai, members in smaller towns such as Madurai, Salem, Vellore, and Tiruchirappalli, amongst others, are relishing shopping and entertainment privileges with Amazon Prime, said.
Popular product sections for Amazon Prime members in the region cover apparel, beauty, home and kitchen products, wireless accessories, books, and grocery products, to name a few, Subbu stated.
For just Rs.329 for three months or Rs. 999 a year, Prime members can relish unlimited free delivery on millions of desirable items; early and exclusive access to deals and sale events on Amazon. in; the largest collection from Amazon Prime Video of the latest and exclusive movies and TV shows, Stand-up Comedy, popular Indian and Hollywood films, US TV series, popular Indian and international kids shows, and award-winning Amazon Originals; unlimited ad-free music anytime with downloads on Alexa on Amazon Prime Music.
In extension, members get limitless access to bestselling e-books through Prime Reading and access to free in-game content through gaming advantages with Prime, he said.
Further, Subbu said, "As we navigate through these challenging times, over the last year we have learnt the impact that an offering like Amazon Prime can have on everyday life of members by bringing them ease and convenience as they continue to stay safe at home,".
"Keeping in line with the changing customer habits, we will continue to make Prime more accessible to our customers so they can discover and enjoy Prime's many entertainment and shopping benefits," Subbu said.
Stating that Tamil Nadu is a critical locale for Amazon, With more than 53,000 sellers, he said Amazon has seven fulfilment centres with more than 3,017,000 cubic feet of storage space and two sort centres across India.
Amazon has intensified its delivery network to have a primary presence in every State and Union Territory and has an occupancy of more than 120 Amazon-owned and delivery service partner stations in the state.