I signed up fo Amazon Prime via my US account.
So, when I try Prime Video here in HK, not surprisingly, it says "while you are abroad" and limits content.
If I go to primevideo.com, initially it asks me if I want to re-register my Prime location as Hong Kong rather than USA.
So, my question is whether there is any benefit to this?
With Netflix, the content seems to all be based on your IP. So, if you travel to another country, you see what Netflix offers in that country.
I would have thought Prime Video would be the same. So, that what I see now is what a person registered in HK sees.
Or, if I register to Hong Kong, and it no longer sees me as travelling abroad, does it open up any other content?
I'm a bit hesitant to try it if there's no benefit, as it says it's a one-time re-registration (resets Watchlist, etc).
Also, don't know if it will cause me any problems with shopping, though I currently I can shop to a US or HK address, so I imagine not.