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#255843 2-Sep-2019 22:02
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So I got an email 2 days ago with updated terms and conditions. One of the new term was address verification required for family accounts. Then I get email today asking me to confirm that address. I think they are using gps via google maps.


I don't have an issue with this, I understand why they are doing this but my family plan is a family plan all members live at home except my daughter who is at uni so doesn't live at home at the moment. If she confirms I'm guessing she'll be booted off.


Has anyone else got the mail and confirmed addresses yet?

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  #2309727 2-Sep-2019 22:28
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Got the terms email but haven't been asked to validate my email. My kids have also got the emails but they haven't opened it and wouldn't (well I hope) click random links from emails.


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  #2318415 16-Sep-2019 11:15
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Also got that email. Haven't had to confirm anything yet though. I do have an issue with this. Its called a Family Plan not a All In The One House Plan. Also have a (not so) midget at Uni.


Anyone thought of any alternatives, e.g. Apple Music, Google whateverits called. Is Amazon Music usable here (just in case you understand...)



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  #2318420 16-Sep-2019 11:21
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I'm just ignoring it for the time being. Maybe it will just go away.



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  #2318423 16-Sep-2019 11:27
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Shall probably do the same, though in my case forgetting about it is probably more accurate...


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