AMAZON VS NETFLIX

AMAZON VS NETFLIX, who wins? We have been taking a look at that very question

With more and more people replacing TV with online streaming, video on-demand services have never been more popular. In fact, a recent study found that over 10.2 million homes in the UK are now streaming one of three services – Netflix, Amazon Prime and Now TV.

If you are thinking of joining a streaming service, but don’t know which one to choose we recommend that you check out the below infographic from Frame Your TV which puts the top two heavyweights of the streaming world, Netflix and Prime Video, head-to-head to see which service offers the better value for money, content and features.

So which service gives you more bang for your buck?

Netflix and Amazon offer fantastic value for money, with both offering basic packages from just £5.99 a month. Users can choose between several tiers of packages with the dearer options including added features.

If you opt for one of Netflix’s more expensive packages, you can enjoy perks such as simultaneous access from multiple devices and 4K HDR streaming (a feature which only has very limited availability on Prime Video). However, no matter what package you go for, you will still be able to view all site content.

In contrast, the fee for Prime Video only entitles you to view a limited amount of content. But subscribers to the streaming service do get added bonuses such as unlimited free 2-day shipping on many Amazon items as well as access to the Kindle library and music streaming.

In the below infographic comparison guide, we see the main differences in the size of each platform’s respective library, quality of original programming and features. It also looks at some of the unique weaknesses of both platforms. Take a look below to learn more and to discover the best streaming service for you!

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Steven Broadbent
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Founder of Telly Binge, who loves to write about anything television! In my spare time I listen to radio, watch films, play football and build websites. From Doncaster, now living in Barnsley.

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