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This works off of your wifi. Everything is in the Roku. Just plug it into an outlet and an HDMI plug on your tv.
Christopher Robinson
· June 6, 2018
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All you need to have is Wi-Fi. Everything else you need is included in the box.
Amazon Customer
· July 17, 2018
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Some channels are free - actually quite a few are free. Some are pay-per-view. Some are on a subscription model. There are even some bundles.
Amazon Customer
· September 15, 2020
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Roku has it's own "channel", as well as a huge selection of free channels, as well as paid services like Starz, HBO, etc
Surprisingly Pleased Shopper
· April 4, 2020
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Yes! Prime Video is one of our favorite streaming channels and we watch consistently with this Roku Streaming Stick.
Tommy Tull
· April 23, 2020
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do not have att
abepagoda
· April 7, 2020
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Mine definitely does not have the button, that's a menu selection
B. Geraghty
· November 3, 2018
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Yes it does well mine did
Christopher Gates
· July 25, 2019
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It uses 2-3GB/hr when streaming, at average. When you are done, press the HOME button to stop streaming, and set your TV input to... TV. If that doesn't please you and you want an absolute shut down on data, simply unplug it when not in use.
Surprisingly Pleased Shopper
· March 25, 2020
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It means used actually
gail guthinger
· December 12, 2019