How fast of an internet connection is needed to stream Amazon Instant Video?
ernard 16 weeks ago
I was thinking of signing up for Amazon Prime, mainly for their streaming video service so I can rent new releases that I can’t get on Netflix. Plus I love me some Downton Abbey! At my home, I can’t get decent internet service though, the best available and what I have is DSL rated at 3Mbps, although reality is slightly slower than that even. Does anyone know if that is fast enough for Amazon Instant Video?
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