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# 222566 17-Aug-2017 20:50
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...and couldn't get past the address window. Anyone know how to get around this?

 

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Wannabe Geek


  # 1848285 18-Aug-2017 00:30
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Depends on which "Prime" service you are referring to.  If you're after the subscription Prime service that comes with benefits like nominally free two-day shipping, etc. I believe that is not available in New Zealand (yet!)  If, however, you're just after Amazon's Prime Video service, you need to sign up at https://www.primevideo.com/.


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  # 1848303 18-Aug-2017 07:49
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I have signed up to Amazon prime in the past and had no issues, both video and the other.


 
 
 
 


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  # 1848310 18-Aug-2017 08:06
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I signed up to it, but it's pretty rubbish. I'll be cancelling. It has about 12 TV shows - only one of which I want to watch, and most of which are actually 'coming soon' and it's entire movie selection is, I kid you not, Bollywood. As in, you click on 'Movies' in the app and there is precisely 1 category, and it is Bollywood.

 

 

 

Edit: Interesting. I just logged in to cancel it (thanking you for the reminder) and nothing is showing up under Subscriptions & Memberships.

 

 

 

Edit 2: Even more interesting, it's not Amazon you go to but primevideo.com ... and in there there is lots of stuff I don't see at home. Check with app, seeing lots of content. It seems my venerable UnblockUS subscription is messing with it. *Rolls eyes*.





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Wannabe Geek


  # 1848356 18-Aug-2017 09:38
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dickytim:

 

I have signed up to Amazon prime in the past and had no issues, both video and the other.

 

 

Every so often Amazon pesters me to sign up to their Amazon Prime subscription service, and most times when I buy stuff from them when I go to check out.  Since the most popular benefits seem to be access to streaming video content that they block from being available in this part of the world and free two-day shipping (in countries where they have a logistics presence), I've never seen the point.  I guess it might make sense if you got everything you purchased from Amazon shipped through a freight forwarder like YouShop (to get the free 2 day domestic shipping) but otherwise, why bother?

 

The Prime Video service for international markets seems to be a separate product offering that unfortunately has a rather confusing name given they already had Amazon Prime.




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# 1848365 18-Aug-2017 09:45
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Thank you. I actually managed to, but by doing what the customer support said NOT to. I only want to use the Pime Video so happy now...thanks for the reply. I'm new and wasn't sure it was going to work!!!1




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Wannabe Geek


  # 1848370 18-Aug-2017 09:53
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Thanks to all...I did get there...prime video here I come cool


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  # 1848372 18-Aug-2017 09:55
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SaltyNZ:

 

I signed up to it, but it's pretty rubbish. I'll be cancelling. It has about 12 TV shows - only one of which I want to watch, and most of which are actually 'coming soon' and it's entire movie selection is, I kid you not, Bollywood. As in, you click on 'Movies' in the app and there is precisely 1 category, and it is Bollywood.

 

 

 

Edit: Interesting. I just logged in to cancel it (thanking you for the reminder) and nothing is showing up under Subscriptions & Memberships.

 

 

 

Edit 2: Even more interesting, it's not Amazon you go to but primevideo.com ... and in there there is lots of stuff I don't see at home. Check with app, seeing lots of content. It seems my venerable UnblockUS subscription is messing with it. *Rolls eyes*.

 

 

 

 

Salty - that would be because you are using a DNS unblocker and it is somehow confusing the app. I get this if I try and use DNS4me or Getflix on the iPad / iPhone / PS3, it just simply does not like it. Turn off Amazon on your unblocker and then see, there are quite a few shows and movies, some of the TV is pretty decent (currently watching Taken - the TV series), the movies are the usual catalog fare, nothing particularly new


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