Amazon., the e-commerce giant, is planning to start selling its “Prime” service, which will allow customers to access its own catalog of movies, TV shows, music, and other products from Netflix, Amazon Instant Video, Hulu, Amazon Music, and others.
The move comes a few months after Amazon acquired the streaming video and audio streaming giant from Google, and follows a similar move by the company in February that brought a TV streaming box to the market.
In a statement, Amazon said it is “actively exploring new ways to extend the breadth of our existing Prime offerings.”
Prime will cost $69 a year for those who sign up in the U.S. and Canada, and will be available to U.K. and Australian users on Sept. 14.
It will not be available in other countries.
Prime customers in the United States and Canada can get the service for free.
Amazon has already begun selling a variety of new products and is looking to add more services in the future.