Amazon has launched a free gigabit fiber cable for the internet’s third most popular destination, a cable park.
The $5.99 package comes with 10 gigabit broadband connections for $100 a month, or about half the cost of the Amazon Prime service, which offers free two-day shipping on top of the monthly subscription.
The service is available for free on the Prime Video app and Amazon Prime Video website, where the $5 per month package costs $79 a month.
The service is now available in the US, Canada, the UK and Australia, and will be available in Canada and Europe by the end of the year, the company said.
Amazon Prime Video is the only way to get the service in the U.S., where Prime Video offers up to two free movies per month.
A free movie will be streamed to the device of the customer’s choice.
Customers can also pay $10 per month for the service through Amazon.com or through a third-party app.
Amazon does not disclose pricing for the product.
The company has been offering unlimited data plans for Prime Video customers for years.
Amazon’s service will be similar to a cable package offered by a company called Skybox.
Those plans come with unlimited gigabit connections for a $1 per month fee, while Skybox also offers free one-hour cable delivery for a limited time.
Both Skybox and Amazon’s service include a number of other features.
For instance, the Skybox service also has a $3.99 per month Amazon Video Unlimited service.
The Unlimited service includes unlimited Netflix, HBO GO and Amazon Instant Video streaming, and is available in select markets.
The Skybox plan is priced at $5 for a 10-GB data plan and $20 for a 100-GB plan.