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Amazon has just launched a new Kindle Fire content subscription for kids and it includes children’s games, videos and books. The focus of this exercise is to get more kids to use its Kindle Fire tablet devices.
This new service will facilitate access to kids to infinite number of contents which they can watch, play and read as many times. Don’t worry about your kids getting addicted because you can set limits also.
The new service is specifically aimed at kids between the ages of 3 to 8. The service will carry a price tag of $4.99 per month per child. For members of Amazon Prime the price is $2.99. Amazon Prime is a membership plan which costs $79 per year and gives the facility of free shipping of goods which are purchased on Amazon online stores.
Family plans are also available for up to six kids and costs $9.99.
As mentioned before, parents can easily regulate the time which their kids spend, playing games, reading books or watching movies. The content subscription service makes it sure that kids browse videos which are appropriate according to their age. Kids will not be able to access social media sites nor will they be able to make payments within the applications.
The budget tablet segment has become the most happening and competitive segment in the tablet market. Numerous new players like Apple, Barnes & Noble, Microsoft and Samsung has made this segment crowded with each jostling for space. The strategy of Amazon is very simple- Keep the prices of its tablets low and instead make money selling content for the users of its Kindle Fire tablets. Amazon’s new offer for kids sets it apart from its competitors.