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Ultimate Geek

  # 2251301 4-Jun-2019 15:35
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If I sign up for Amazon Prime Video US region, Can I use my NZ CC?


I've got a Fire TV 4K that won't support the NZ Prime Video :(


I assume DNS4Me supports Amazon Prime? (just being lazy now - I'll check that part when I get home).






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Uber Geek


  # 2286833 31-Jul-2019 20:25
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I got Amazon US Prime for a month to buy something on Prime day. I'm finding Prime Music really good, it does much better with song selections than Spotify, which I never much liked. I had a quick look at Amazon Prime Video, and found the selection really poor - "not available in your location". I even found Sneaky Pete which they make themselves is mostly available, but episode one season one isn't available - nuts! I looked a a few dozen titles, none would play. So there's not much values in Amazon Prime Video IMHO.


But for US$12 a month or whatever having some decent streaming movies, a bit of video, and free US delivery isn't bad. I'll probably cancel it but might then try Amazon Music Unlimited.

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Wannabe Geek

  # 2297796 14-Aug-2019 07:33
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I suggest looking at and to see the latest content. 


I signed up primarily to get access to Too Old to Die Young (weird film noir Amazon production, not being renewed), but will keep it based on the HUGE movie choice. Lot of niche stuff there, good price IMO. 

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