How Amazon is going to be selling you on its Prime membership by telling you the difference between a free trial and a full year.

Amazon has just released a new “How To” page that gives the answer to a few simple questions about Prime.

The page includes the “What’s the Difference between a Free Trial and a Full Year” section.

“A Free Trial is one of the simplest terms to say,” reads the section on Prime.

“Amazon will test you out for a month to make sure you like it, then give you a full price.

If you don’t like it and it doesn’t work out, Amazon will refund you the full price, but it can’t refund any unused time.”

Amazon Prime is a subscription service that allows users to stream movies and TV shows to their Amazon Fire tablets, phones, TVs, and computers for $7.99 a month.

Prime members also get free three-day shipping on Amazon items.

While Prime is an online service, Amazon is actually a company that is based in the UK and Australia.

To get a full picture of the Amazon Prime program, News.au contacted Amazon and Amazon’s Australian headquarters in London for comment.

We’ll update this article with further information as we have it.

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