A new electric TV service in the United States is rolling out, and the service may be faster than its competitors.
The service is called PrimeNow, and it aims to cut down on costs for its consumers.
The company has said that it is targeting consumers who don’t have a lot of disposable income and who may be on the edge of financial hardship.
But it may also be able to help people struggling to pay bills, and in some cases save them money.
“It’s about giving people who may not have a choice of a TV service an alternative that they can turn to, rather than just relying on a traditional TV service,” said Mark Ostrovsky, CEO of PrimeNow.
“We have found over the past two years that people who are not currently watching TV, but have a limited budget or are just not getting a lot out of their cable or satellite service are willing to pay a little more for the service.”
The service’s basic features are set to be available for $20 a month.
But PrimeNow is also planning to offer other perks that are currently not available on cable or other traditional TV services.
PrimeNow will offer customers access to Prime Video, a free channel on YouTube.
It will also provide more channels and other features than what you get with traditional cable.
Prime Now will also offer more video-on-demand options, like free Netflix or Hulu access.
And it will offer a subscription service that includes over 200 channels, along with other perks like free HBO Go access, free HBO Now, free access to premium movies and TV shows, and more.
It’s unclear exactly what PrimeNow plans to offer, but it is already offering more than 100 channels for free.
Prime now is not the only service that is launching this year that is targeting people who don.
Comcast and Time Warner Cable are also launching their own TV services in the next few months.
Both of those companies will offer services that will offer users a choice between streaming video and the traditional cable or broadcast TV bundle.
Comcast has said it will begin offering streaming video services this summer, and that the new service will be priced lower than what customers pay for traditional TV.
Meanwhile, Time Warner will offer its own video service this summer.
But unlike Prime Now, Time to watch on its own service will cost $20 more a month, compared to $10.