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12-07-2019, 10:40   #46
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How will I know which region my prime is linked to?
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12-07-2019, 10:40   #47
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Pays for itself
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12-07-2019, 10:41   #48
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How will I know which region my prime is linked to?

By reading the last 7 posts
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For all those worried about how Brexit affects you if it all goes tits up at the end of October......I just contacted Amazon and heres what they had to say about cancelling your membership before the year is up.........."if you cancel the prime, refund will be done on the basis of its usage and months remaining so you will be able for partial refund at that time"
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Incidentally, I wonder if I set my renewal to monthly now, while not due til next July, will I eligible at the current offer is for new members or those on the monthly plan?
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Incidentally, I wonder if I set my renewal to monthly now, while not due til next July, will I eligible at the current offer is for new members or those on the monthly plan?
Unlikely
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For Prime TV UK users on here, how do you find it compared to Netflix? I had trial of Irish Prime TV and its fairly poor and found a lot of stuff required extra payments too. I'm subscribed to Netflix at the middle tier package and I'm thinking this will work out at half the price over the year. Don't get much use out of Netflix really
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If you don't use Netflix much, it's probably pointless getting Prime for TV too.
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12-07-2019, 11:57   #54
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I paid the £79 last October. Is this deal of any use to me?
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12-07-2019, 12:03   #55
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If you don't use Netflix much, it's probably pointless getting Prime for TV too.
I use it a bit for the little one to watch Peppa and that but apart from the odd big series I'm interested I rarely find anything of use on it. Herself will be on maternity leave soon though so I'm wondering if Prime TV UK would keep her entertained. I also have a Nintendo Switch and Twitch Prime give free 12 months online sub for that as far as I know and I order from Amazon a bit. TV would be a bonus if TV had decent content

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Using your existing Amazon account or a new one? The £59 offer says it's only for new customers or those switching from monthly to annual. I'm in a similar position but with an August expiry.
It's my existing Amazon account. They cancelled my existing membership and I started a new one. My settings and watch lists were all retained.
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TV would be a bonus if TV had decent content
IMO it does have a decent selection of TV series, there's a few mentioned in this thread, skip to the last few pages

https://www.boards.ie/vbulletin/show...p?t=2057771671
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It's my existing Amazon account. They cancelled my existing membership and I started a new one. My settings and watch lists were all retained.
Do you lose whatever time you had left on the existing sub?
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Do you lose whatever time you had left on the existing sub?
Yeah, but I had only 4 days remaining. Not sure if they will issue me a pro-rated refund on what was left! Nice 87 cent into my pocket for the weekend
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Use a revoult card they use english bank or did. Its what i use.
This didn't work for me when trying to sign into the Music App.

Anyone else know a way around this
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