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    Looks like Telus is giving Optik customers free Prime membership. I don't really understand how to get it yet, perhaps I don't qualify.

    Most articles say 4+ theme backs, I got like 6...but some other articles and Telus site says "4+ theme backs plus 1 premium pack". I should probably call them up and see if I qualify. Have no use for Prime myself, but will use it if it's free.

    https://mobilesyrup.com/2020/07/30/t...ptik-tv-plans/

    https://www.iphoneincanada.ca/carrie...rime-optik-tv/

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    Sounds more like you can choose prime as one of your packs similar to crave.

    Still pretty cool if you have more packs than toy know what to do with.
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    Does this give you access to the shipping perks of amazon prime or is it just prime video/prime music? Hopefully it’s the full thing, would love to stop paying amazon $80 per year separately if I can get it free from my Telus sub

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    I don’t think prime video is separable from full prime.
    Originally posted by Thales of Miletus

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    I think you can use your "premium" pack as prime or Netflix. I don't think you can use your "regular" theme packs for this. Not certain though, I should figure this out, since I have packs I don't use and I pay for both Amazon prime and netflix.
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    Oh god, don't get him started.

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    I use my “premium pack” as Netflix Premium (4K tier) which is usually 19 dollars a month.

    I use one of my “regular” packs for crave which is much cheaper, closer to the price of prime. So I would say it’s feasible for this to replace a regular pack price wise.

    If it’s a premium only that’s a rip off.
    Originally posted by Thales of Miletus

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