If you need just the slightest nudge in the Fire Phone’s direction to pick one up, you will also score yourself a year’s free Amazon Prime membership if you buy one before the end of the year. If you’re already subscribed to Prime, you’ll get a year’s extension when it comes time to renew your subscription.
- Take a look at the early reviews of the Amazon Fire Phone.
There’s a range of accessories also available for the Fire Phone including cases, chargers and headphones, and the usual smattering of digital content right at your fingertips to start loading up your new phone with. O2 will bring its own Android apps to the device too in the near future too.
The Prime subscription will save you 79 GBP and give you access to Amazon’s on-demand library of streaming digital content as well as over a half million Kindle ebooks. Whether or not the Fire Phone will make a dent in the iPhone 6 sales figures we highly doubt, but it’s good to see Amazon continuing the push of their new device globally, even if we think it’s a little high priced for our tastes.
What are your thoughts on the Fire Phone? Gimmicky, interesting, overpriced?