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Probably a dumb question...

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    Probably a dumb question...

    If one streams, say, a movie, and decides to only watch half, will the other half still be accessible in a day or two?

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    If you stream from amazon prime, and ir is a movie thar you paid for,.then no, you cannot resume arching it later. On e you. Egon watching it, uoj have forty eight hours to watch it.

    Actually someone else will be able to explain this to you; hopefully it is someone who has a proper keyboard with which to type.
    Long story short-- avoid amazon prime like the plague,.and instead be like me.and subscribe. To netflix for witt dollars per month.
    If you don't trust me, you will eventialy end up seeing it my way. Just save yourself the trouble and get netflix and dump amazon prime. Good lick!

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    You can stream UNLIMIT movies until your (paid) membership expired.

    BTW no question is dump, only dump poeple don't ask question .
    Last edited by Bolsa; 01-09-2012 at 06:28 PM.

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    To clarify, if its an amazon prime video, you can watch and stop.and.resume at any time. If, however,.it is a movie that you've rented from amazon (like pirates.of the carrribean), then you basically have only a 48hour window to stream the rented.movie. you have like 35 days to begin watching the movie, but once you begin, you only have 48 hrs. Hope that makes sense.

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    Yes, just click resume on the video's menu.
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