Posted October 12, 2018 11:33:18 As the Amazon streaming service launches on September 27, it’s possible that the service will be called the “Jesus Network” (or simply “Jesus”), according to a new report.
The announcement comes from the popular tech blog The Verge, which reports that Amazon’s CEO Jeff Bezos is “gathering the dust.”
Bezos’ company is reportedly planning to launch an “Amazon-branded” service that will allow its customers to purchase goods from Amazon and Amazon-owned content, such as the Amazon App Store.
The service could eventually be called a “Jesus” streaming service, which would include exclusive Amazon content and games.
“Amazon is also planning to bring its own streaming services to the platform, a move that would be similar to Google’s Play Store, which it started selling in 2017,” The Verge said.
“The goal is to create a single online store that offers everything Amazon customers want, including exclusive content from Amazon.”
The report also says that Bezos has a goal of adding as many as 5 million customers by 2019, which means the service could become the number one choice for streaming customers.
In 2018, Amazon started selling its own content, including “Prime Video” and “Video Unlimited,” and also launched its own website.
The company also recently announced that it will launch a subscription streaming service in 2020.
However, there have been reports that this will not be the first streaming service Amazon launches.
Last year, the company launched a streaming service called Prime Music.
This service will allow users to stream music through Amazon’s Cloud Player.
“As a streaming company, Amazon is focused on building an ecosystem that lets people access more music, videos, books, and other content at a lower price than ever before,” Bezos said in a statement.
“I believe that Prime Music is a game-changer for consumers who value streaming, and I’m excited to share the new ways that we’ll let them stream on Amazon’s cloud.”
Amazon is currently planning to introduce its streaming service on September 29.
The Verge reports that the company will have a “premium” subscription service for $39.99 per month.
However and other major streaming services like Spotify have offered cheaper, less expensive plans, so it’s still unclear how much the service would cost.
If Amazon does launch a streaming offering, it could become one of the largest and most popular streaming services in the world.
According to a survey by the Pew Research Center, around half of U.S. adults use Netflix.