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# 166187 5-Mar-2015 13:13
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I currently pay for my Netflix subscription using a UK debit card with a UK address. The card is going to expire soon and I need to know if I will be able to add my wife’s card to the account. It is a UK debit card too but it has a NZ address. Will it be possible to add it to Netflix – if I state a UK address when adding it will it work or will it work with a NZ address given it is a UK card?

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  # 1251708 5-Mar-2015 14:38
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I can't see it being a problem. They'll soon tell you if it is. They won't (shouldn't?) be able to see the address anyway from what I can tell?




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  # 1251726 5-Mar-2015 14:53
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I'm paying my US Netflix account with an NZ card. Can't honestly remember what address I gave Netflix at the time I set it up, however the card has an NZ address.




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  # 1251737 5-Mar-2015 15:09
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As am I. They only asked for a postal/zip code and not a full address.




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  # 1251744 5-Mar-2015 15:18
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BigHammer: As am I. They only asked for a postal/zip code and not a full address.


there must be a lot of people who live in the 90210 zip codesmile




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  # 1251749 5-Mar-2015 15:24
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Haha.. You're probably right. I specifically avoided that one. 




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  # 1251769 5-Mar-2015 16:13
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You can use a NZ card, as people said it just needs a valid US zip code.

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  # 1251845 5-Mar-2015 17:37
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Or you you could just use http://epg.org.nz/freeview.xml.gz

I've been using that feed for 3 years with no issues (well the domain was changed once)




 


 
 
 
 


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  # 1251849 5-Mar-2015 17:42
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um. huh?




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  # 1251941 5-Mar-2015 20:37
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BigHammer: um. huh?


Well either I'm drunk more than I think, or sometimes you get the wrong thread from the Live page :-)

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  # 1251950 5-Mar-2015 20:55
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I think you're right. About the Live page, not that you've had more to drink than you think!




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  # 1252102 6-Mar-2015 09:36
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If you do run into problems, I've managed to pay my Netflix (US) with an AirNZ One Smart Mastercard debit card - the sort with different currency wallets on it. It also worked for my US and UK iTunes accounts, but not Australian, interestingly. I believe other "loaded for travel" style debit cards also work - you can pick one up from KiwiBank/NZ Post.




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