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Topic # 179397 7-Sep-2015 10:50
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Hi,

Apologies if this has been answered already, I couldn't see anything directly addressing this.

I'm looking at getting Amazon Prime, primarily as it has some shows that Netflix doesn't. I think i can justify the cost to the missus on the basis that I can setup an Amazon Household and add her so she will having access to the Kindle Owners Lending Library (as she reads a lot).

Questions:

1. Will use unblock.us to get the streaming videos, but will something be needed to be configured differently on her Kindle to access the Lending Library from NZ?

2. Is the Kindle Owners Lending Library included with Amazon Prime any good?

2. Is there any trick to installing the Amazon Instant Video app on PS3 in NZ (DNS is already pointing to unblock.us servers)?

3. With Amazon Instant Video, can you have the option (like Netflix) to have multiple profiles? I.e. even though the Video Streaming will be available on both our Amazon accounts, the PS3 will just be logged in under my account, but we would like to have a profile selection when launching the Amazon Instant Video app.




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  Reply # 1381033 7-Sep-2015 11:47
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unblock.us has a free week trail.. so just try it ;)

I think you have to change your amazon address to the US ?




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