Ready to subscribe to Amazon Prime Video and watch great original content like Good Omens and The Man In The High Castle? Wondering how many Amazon Prime Video simultaneous streams you can share with your family, housemates, or friends? Get all the details below.
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How Many Simultaneous Streams Come With Amazon Prime Video?
You get up to 3 Amazon Prime Video simultaneous streams, so you can stream to 3 devices at once at any given time.
However, there’s a bit of a unique wrinkle. Only 2 people can be watching the same piece of content at any given time. That means if 2 people are watching The Man In The High Castle, a third person can’t watch it – but they can still watch anything else that’s available on Amazon Prime Video!
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Can I Upgrade Amazon Prime Video and Get More Streams?
No. Currently, there is no way to watch more than 3 streams using Amazon Prime Video. You can’t add more streams with a paid upgrade. To watch on more than 3 devices at once, you’ll need multiple Amazon Prime Video accounts.
What Devices Can I Use To Watch Amazon Prime Video?
Amazon Prime Video supports just about every major modern streaming device, including Roku, Chromecast, Amazon Fire TV, Apple TV and more. Take a look at the below article to get a full breakdown of what devices you can use to watch Amazon Prime Video simultaneous streams.
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