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Amazon introduces shopping accounts for teens

Amazon.com Inc. on Oct. 11 rolled out a new service that allows teens aged 13 to 17 to have their own logins to the e-commerce giant's online platform.

Teenage shoppers will be able to choose products through their independent accounts, with parents kept informed of potential purchases through email or text message.

Accounts can be set up so that parents must approve all orders, or they can determine pre-approved spending limits.

In addition, parents with Prime memberships can share certain services with their teens' accounts at no additional cost, including free two-day shipping and access to Prime Video and Twitch Prime.