You will then know what you want and what is and is not available.
To get the most out of any of the STICK options you will probably need to invest in a subscription - the best is probably PRIME at £7.99 a month. It may offer you stuff all compared to what you already have and want.
Not great advice - but my honest opinion :) CW
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I am considering buying a 4k firestick. I bought an Echo yesterday and am having great fun experimenting.
I want to be able pair them so I can voice activate my TV through the echo.
My question is: I don't want to pay for premium channels again such as Netflix as I already have it.
Also I have I player, more 4 and Itv hub so in all honesty I don't need any more extra channels.
What free channels do you get with the firestick? Can I still voice activate netfix and I player etc through echo?
Finally is it worth me getting one if I have to resubscribe to channels like Netflix.
In all honesty I just want to control the tv through my new echo and maybe get a few new channels.
The device, itself, doesn't provide free content. Whether or not content, available through its associated app, is free...or not...will depend on your viewing habits. Investigate all the channels you'd plan to view to see what viewing conditions they have. CW mentioned Prime. Standalone subscriptions, like Netflix, can't be accessed through Prime Video, however, a Prime membership is required to subscribe to additional channels on Amazon (perhaps a channel you previously had as a standalone). If you create an Amazon Household, channels you subscribe to via Prime cannot be shared with the other Amazon account in the Household.