Have you forgotten about a subscription you had only to learn later you were still paying for something you didn’t want? Amazon wants to help Prime members with this issue by notifying Amazon Channels subscribers about channels they are paying for but are not using.
Here is the email Amazon is sending out reminding Amazon Prime members about subscriptions they are paying for but not using:
Dear Amazon customer,
We are reaching out because you have purchased a [service name] subscription. It’s been a while since you’ve watched, so we wanted to make sure you’re still enjoying it. Now’s a great time to see what’s new.
As a reminder, with Prime Video Channels, you only pay for the channels you want. If you would like to review details of your subscription, or if you no longer wish to subscribe to [service name], it’s easy to manage your subscription online.
Many have wondered why they should use a service like Amazon Channels to manage their subscriptions to services like CBS All Access and HBO. A service that will remind you of a subscription you are paying for but not using will likely help Amazon stand out as an option to manage your subscriptions to different services.
Have you ever received a notification like this? Leave us a comment and let us know what you think of it. Also, would a feature like this make you more likely to use Amazon Channels to manage your services?
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