As reported by several specialized websites, and according to the information reported on its official website, Millicom -whose operations in Latin America are known under the ‘Tigo’ brand-, is expanding Amazon’s offer in Bolivia, and is including the Amazon Prime Music service for its mobile clients.
According to Tigo, Amazon’s offer includes access to playlists and more than 60 million songs, which can be listened to without advertising, and with no need for an internet connection. The Prime Music app is available on Android phones and tablets; iOS devices (iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch); and Amazon devices (Fire TV, Kindle and Echo Dot). Amazon Prime Music is available for the postpaid mobile phone plans ‘Sin Limite 735’ and all the ‘Mega Plans’ that make up Tigo’s offer in Bolivia. Those who decide to hire the service will be able to access it for free during the first month and, from the second on, they must pay a 45 Bs (USD 6.5) monthly subscription.
‘Music is part of our daily lives, so we are excited to be able to offer a service of the quality of Amazon Music. We are constantly looking to offer new content that transforms our clients digital lifestyle. With Amazon Prime Video, Amazon Music, HBO, Fox and others, we have consolidated ourselves as one of the most complete internet and entertainment portfolios for households’, said Maria Laura Mendoza, Brand and Communication Manager at Tigo Bolivia.
The Amazon Prime Music license allows users to link up to 10 devices, but it can only be accessed on one device at a time. Tigo Bolivia clients who wish to enter must access their profile on the Mi Tigo website, from where they can activate and deactivate the offer whenever they want to.