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Posted 19 May 2015 - 03:35 PM

HI,My question today is about the good and bad when it comes to AMAZON PRIME TV.
In a few months i may move to where the only cable hookup will be DSL at about 1.0 to 1.5 mbps where as i get
92.o mbps from COMCAST CABLE I HAVE talked to the people at amazon about internet speed and they said i could get away with 1.0 mbps,but streaming from say NETFLIX might be touch and go but it could be done.
They said if i did not have any wi-fi to slow down what will be coming in to house i may be alright any thoughts on this would be appreciated,thank's PS the reason for moving is there will be no more house payments,but we all have to make a sacrifice now and then.

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