Yes I enjoy a few of the benefits ie the free to read eBooks ( the selection rotates), Amazon Video (some golden oldies and Amazon owned series etc amongst the regular fare), Free postage internationally and domestic once you get an entire order over $49, even if they post items separately to you as some are located locally now eg my last order 3 items each posted from various locations US, UK, & Australia all sent free as the entire order was valued over the amount but 2 items only cost about $10 each. The items must be Prime listed for the postage I believe, from their site is this:
" Prime Delivery
Get FREE Expedited Delivery on Domestic Prime eligible items in as fast as two business days AND Free International Standard Delivery on Prime eligible orders over $49 from Amazon US."
I got the trial when it was also offering the membership fee at $4.99 a month for 12 mths after free month ended instead of the usual $6.99. If I pay an annual membership I can also get a further saving of $0.88 per month. Again from their site:
“*After your free trial, Amazon Prime is just A$6.99/month. Until 31 Jan 2019, take advantage of an introductory price of A$4.99/month. Cancel anytime.”
“Save $0.88 over the next 12 months by changing to an annual plan.”
So far no bugs or issues with the service other than the NBN service which means the HD streaming can be hard at the peak evening hours. Unfortunately this is not a service that @gordon, other satellite users and Fixed Wireless people could even try to use regardless of peak or not…so unfair, and wrong. Amazon does allow downloading of the shows for offline viewing but it is not something I have used yet so not sure how that part works regarding what terms etc are in place.