I just cancelled my free trial with amazon prime.
Their film and video selection is rubbish.
search mechanism is junk - often better to search in google for amazon hits -Sometimes when I search for a specific item it doesn't show, but if I log out and repeat the search it comes up straight away
Amazon used to great in all aspects but as they've gotten bigger they care less and less.
Customer service is horrendous, and I generally always get problems with delivery.
I remember the days where you could pay for express shipping by 1pm, and when they'd also use DPD. The amazon logistics is crap.
it's weird - I still find everything I need/want is generally cheaper on Amazon, Tv selection is excellent, Amazon photo's back up is very good, delivery next day without fail, Customer service has never failed me in 20 years + of using them.
Horses for courses I guess.
No adverts here. Are you sure you're not watching something on one of the channels that says "Free on Prime with Adverts"?
I have never been let down with prime. Most next day, if not it usually tells you when so you know it's only a couple of days.
Never had a prime delivery take over 3 days and they are few and far between usually because there is an alternative seller.
All those free deliveries and TV is well worth it.
I pay twice as much for Netflix, at least with prime I save on postage costs so it kinda pays for itself.
It's where I get mostly everything now, Ebay delivery times are no where near as good.
So I'm going to cancel my prime:
- My current annual subscription runs out next month.
- I was going to cancel it now so it doesn't auto-renew, but the cancel process takes away all your benefits immediately (paying for benefits you don't get seems illegal imo).
- There's a couple of tv seasons I want to catch the end of, so I've set a calendar reminder to cancel nearer the time.
Everything, according to the UI. Maybe it's a lie, I can't tell.What benefits do you lose by cancelling your sub ahead of time to stop auto renewal?