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  Reply # 1898703 10-Nov-2017 10:20
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If its released for NZ then we can buy and use out of the box with no DNS messing around? So as we can get all the usual suspects video, how good is Amazon video? Is there a way to see, fort non subscribers what is available in NZ?

 

 

Like Netflix, content availability differs based on region. Not all movies or TV series are available in NZ. I use a Fire TV with a DNS service, and have an Amazon US account to get full content.

 

 

Do you use Netflix on the Fire TV with DNS service? I was able to access Amazon content, but kept getting Netflix blocking me due to using a VPN.

 

Would be happy to use NZ Netflix and NZ Amazon content, but doesn't sound like it's going to happen.




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  Reply # 1898708 10-Nov-2017 10:24
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PhillyG:

 

Do you use Netflix on the Fire TV with DNS service? I was able to access Amazon content, but kept getting Netflix blocking me due to using a VPN.

 

Would be happy to use NZ Netflix and NZ Amazon content, but doesn't sound like it's going to happen.

 

 

Yes. This is a discussion for the private streaming forum.





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