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Topic # 226199 25-Dec-2017 09:50
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So I am subscribed to Amazon Prime on Amazon.com

 

Thought I'd download the Amazon app on my Samsung TV, but when I view shows that "come with Amazon Prime" (or something along those lines), it says watch trailer, and the other option is "content not available in your location".

 

Is that normal?


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  Reply # 1925108 25-Dec-2017 22:04
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Yes, like other services not all content is available everywhere.

You cam use a DNS service to get content from other locations.




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  Reply # 1925136 26-Dec-2017 06:15
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Batman:

 

 

So I am subscribed to Amazon Prime on Amazon.com

 

Thought I'd download the Amazon app on my Samsung TV, but when I view shows that "come with Amazon Prime" (or something along those lines), it says watch trailer, and the other option is "content not available in your location".

 

Is that normal?

 

 

 

 

 

Possibly.

 

At the end of October, I subscribed to Amazon Prime via the amazon.com website and remember getting the 'content not available in your location' messages for almost every film / tv show.

 

I had to update my location details via the amazon.com website. Please Note: This isn't the normal account address details but something that was prompted when I sign-in / clicked on to the amazon prime option on the website. Once I did this then I could access everything that was available via my Samsung smart tv.

 

BTW the tv series called 'The Man in the High Castle' more than justifies the annual fee.


 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1925139 26-Dec-2017 06:58
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thanks just changed my location to nz just now


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