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  1. El dude

    El dude Well-Known Member
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    I have a Netflix account but do not want to pay Microsoft for a subscription to use one app so wondered if I can beam Netflix on my tablet to my TV via Xbox?
     

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  2. xmr405o

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    I think you can use one account on up to 4 devices without having to pay for another subscription.
     
  3. Are you sure you need a gold account just to use the netflix app? As far as i know, there is no good way that will produce quality video unless your device has an hdmi output. You'd probably be better off using a laptop or buying a roku box.
     
  4. xmr405o

    xmr405o Well-Known Member
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    Oh duh to me? I forgot you do need a gold acct for netflix. My bad that's what you meant about paying MS to use netflix. Sorry OP.
     
  5. AFAngryWarrior

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    And that's why PS3 is awesome... I don't have to pay anything to game online or stream from HULU, Netflix, Amazon, etc... Get a PS3!
     
  6. mikedt

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    Included services, because you're already paying a monthly subscription for Playstation Network?
     
  7. xmr405o

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    On the ps3, a separate subscription isn't needed. I stream Netflix on my ps3 too.

    @AFangrywarrior- I would just get a roku rather than a Ps3 though. Easier on the pocket. :p
     
  8. BigMouth

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    Maybe a program called TVversity can help but I could be wrong. Google it.
     

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