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(For example) Say you have a Netflix account. Your account is universal. Having two Firesticks is no different than watching Netflix on your TV in addition to your computer (or tablet or whatever).

You do have to download the Netflix app to each device seperately but, your Netflix Username and Password will work o… see more
(For example) Say you have a Netflix account. Your account is universal. Having two Firesticks is no different than watching Netflix on your TV in addition to your computer (or tablet or whatever).

You do have to download the Netflix app to each device seperately but, your Netflix Username and Password will work on all of them.

Paid apps work the same. If you have a Username and Password, it will work on any platform. No need to pay for the same app over and over again. Once you pay and have the account, you "own" the service. see less
(For example) Say you have a Netflix account. Your account is universal. Having two Firesticks is no different than watching Netflix on your TV in addition to your computer (or tablet or whatever).

You do have to download the Netflix app to each device seperately but, your Netflix Username and Password will work on all of them.

Paid apps work the same. If you have a Username and Password, it will work on any platform. No need to pay for the same app over and over again. Once you pay and have the account, you "own" the service.

Stacey
· May 12, 2019
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Yes.
scimom
· February 16, 2019
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The fire TV stick is a player and not a recorder. I use the Philo app with free DVR and VOD on the 20/mo with over 50 live cable networks. Works for me.
Rosey 1
· July 15, 2019
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Hover over the tile click on the 3 dots in upper right hand corner, click the unpin to unpin and click on the Dismiss to get rid of it (may take several clicks to dismiss)
AJ. Ramsey
· August 12, 2019
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NO monthly charges just for the fire stick hardware, you can use it to watch any free to view streaming on the internet.. Prime prices you can find by clicking on the "prime" header at the top of any page..

But there are no monthly fees for watching free channels using a Roku device either... you were subscribed to… see more
NO monthly charges just for the fire stick hardware, you can use it to watch any free to view streaming on the internet.. Prime prices you can find by clicking on the "prime" header at the top of any page..

But there are no monthly fees for watching free channels using a Roku device either... you were subscribed to some streaming service no doubt see less
NO monthly charges just for the fire stick hardware, you can use it to watch any free to view streaming on the internet.. Prime prices you can find by clicking on the "prime" header at the top of any page..

But there are no monthly fees for watching free channels using a Roku device either... you were subscribed to some streaming service no doubt

Careful Shopper
· May 17, 2019
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I have an inside antenna and that helps me get some local channels. I refuse to get pay other cent to any cable provider. I would rather go without.
Mila
· February 22, 2019
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If I have a TV with an HDMI port but do ot have a USB port, is the firestick of any use to me?
J. P. Lyons
· August 17, 2019
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If you have an HDMI port on your television, it will work. The Roku connects via HDMI.
Miss Thistlebottom
· March 17, 2019
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No not for the fire stick itself and lot of free to watch..... there are many premium networks an streaming services that do have subscription fees if you want to use them however... it's always up to you
Careful Shopper
· May 17, 2019
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You need to go into your network settings, delete your connection and reconnect like it's a new network. The one in my bedroom did that about a month ago. I just deleted my network connection and started over like it was a new connection. Fixed problem in 2 minutes.
Nostirag
· April 16, 2019