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  Reply # 2099184 1-Oct-2018 10:15
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I got mine through YouShop but for $89.99 but still a very good price.

 

Has anyone managed to get the Cube TV to work with NZ content on Amazon Prime?

 

My Amazon account is set up for US so Alexa works to control the TV and receiver, but Prime TV doesn't. I have tried various VPN apps to get Prime and Netflix to work for US content, but this was mostly to get Prime working, which it doesn't anyway.

 

I have used ExpressVPN, Private VPN and one other, but not had any success (via their apps)




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  Reply # 2099204 1-Oct-2018 10:24
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I don't really get the use case for the cube over a traditional firetv? NM, I see it has a built in speaker.

 

 


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  Reply # 2099223 1-Oct-2018 10:43
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freitasm:

 

Confused. You want Prime US content on Prime NZ content?

 

 

Ideally I want NZ content (due to not needing a VPN), but I can't seem to get this working, but if I have to get US content to get it working I'd happily pay for a VPN that could do it, however I haven't been able to get one that simply works via their app.

 

Do you use the Cube TV? If so what VPN have you found that works? Do you use the app, setting on the device or settings on your router?


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  Reply # 2099227 1-Oct-2018 10:46
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networkn:

 

I don't really get the use case for the cube over a traditional firetv? NM, I see it has a built in speaker.

 

 

 

 

Correct, I won an echo spot and found Alexa quite easy to use so bought the CubeTV, however I am having troubles setting it up for Amazon Prime.


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