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Topic # 224162 6-Nov-2017 10:21
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I signed up to Amazon Prime Video a while back as a US customer as it wasn't available in New Zealand at the time.

 

Now it is available in New Zealand should I save myself the bother of faffing around with USD credit cards etc. & just renew using my NZ Visa?

 

Will I lose out on content I can currently access?


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  Reply # 1895894 6-Nov-2017 11:39
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I use a NZ credit card for US Prime video, and yes the NZ content is quite limited.


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  Reply # 1895896 6-Nov-2017 11:50
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I have Amazon Prime Video running on my original Roku in the lounge. I grabbed another Roku Express for downstairs and it won't register Amazon Prime Video  - complains that the payment method configured against my Amazon account doesn't have a US billing address... It only allows credit cards not PayPal. 




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  Reply # 1896652 7-Nov-2017 10:20
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dazhann:

 

I use a NZ credit card for US Prime video, and yes the NZ content is quite limited.

 

 

Thank you - I'll stick with US content, if I can.


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