It was the year 2025, and the first wave of the “internet of things” had hit.
A network of connected devices, often connected to each other, had been introduced, allowing users to easily order products from retailers like Amazon.
They could even track the movement of other devices with GPS.
But, despite the rise of these devices, most people still didn’t think of it as a big deal.
This year, the technology industry is about to change that.
And if you’re one of those people, Amazon is looking to cash in on your loyalty.
“We’re going to introduce a service that you can purchase from Amazon with the money you pay for your glasses,” said a spokesperson in an email.
“This is just a proof of concept for the new service, and we’ll keep you posted on when that launches.”
The spokesperson also pointed out that the new services, which will be available on Amazon Prime and Amazon Echo devices, will be free for consumers.
And while it’s not clear if these services will be priced similarly to other items, it does seem like the service is more likely to be cheaper than similar options.
Amazon will be offering free shipping to new customers, and it will also offer “one-year complimentary shipping” to anyone who signs up for its Amazon Prime shipping service, which costs $5 per month.
The spokesperson added that “these deals may not be available to all members of your Amazon Prime membership program, but we’ll provide more information when it becomes available.”
This is all a bit unclear, but given that Amazon is already known for offering its Prime service for a lot less than other services, it’s worth noting.
It would be interesting to see if the company will continue offering these deals.
In the meantime, the service will work just fine for anyone who already has an Amazon account, but it does require that users register for Amazon’s free Prime shipping program.
The company also wants to give people who don’t want to pay for Amazon services a way to get rid of the glasses that they’re paying for.
Amazon also announced plans to make its Prime Day shopping promotion, which includes discounts on Prime products, available to anyone on its Prime and Echo service.
The announcement came in response to a survey from the Guardian.
While the survey found that only 9 percent of Prime members actually buy Prime Day products, the survey also found that 90 percent of those who did were happy with their experience with the service.
In other words, many people who weren’t willing to pay more for their Prime service weren’t going to give up their Prime Day discounts.