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Ultimate Geek

# 177312 29-Jul-2015 15:39
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Bought a FireTV in late 2014, and had the free trial of Amazon Prime for 30 or so days. I used my NZ ASB debit card to pay for the FireTV and have it shipped via You Shop.

My son's 7th birthday is on Saturday and he'd really love to watch a particular movie that is on Amazon Instant Video, trouble is Amazon won't accept my NZ debit card, nor my Entropay card with a US address (YouShop). I loaded USD20 on to an Amazon Gift card, and still no success. My country setting is set to the US, and has been since I first got the FireTV. How can I pay and view the movie on Amazon Instant Video?

Alternatively the movie is also available on Play Movies (US not NZ version). If you know how to access the US Play Movie shop on an Android tablet or PC and pay for a movie could you please let me know?

In addition to the FireTV I have a chromecast and use UnoTelly and DNS4ME.

Thank you.

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  # 1354527 29-Jul-2015 15:51
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freitasm: Remove the credit card from your account once you have added the balance to your gift card.

You are a Legend! Thank you!!

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