Frequently Asked Questions


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Why OnPrime TV?

OnPrime TV is your gateway to some of the best foreign language entertainment, movies and news channels, live and over the internet.  All without a contract.  There are four different entertainment packs streaming live entertainment 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Is this service legal?

Yes, absolutely!  All the channels we offer are licensed by us so you can watch and enjoy with total peace of mind.

Is this service free?

We would love to be able to connect you to the TV you love for free, but unfortunately we can't!

We charge a monthly subscription for some channel packs, which is conveniently billed via your device, to make the TV you want available to you.

What do I need to watch OnPrime TV?

We don’t want anything stopping you from watching OnPrime TV, so you’ll need the following to make sure you can access OnPrime TV.  These are:

  • A supported connected device (see next answer)
  • 2.5Mbps minimum broadband download speed
  • A device specific ID

Which devices do you support?

  • Amazon Fire TV - All Amazon Fire TV and Fire TV Stick devices.
  • Amazon Fire Tablet - All Amazon Fire Tablet 2013 models and later.
  • Apple TV – 2nd, 3rd and 4th generation.
  • Apple iOS - iPad and iPhone universal app, requires iOS 8.0 or newer.

My device isn't listed. What can I do?

We will be rolling out support for other devices.  Please contact us and tell us what device is important to you.

ANDROID Phones, phablets and tablets
ROKU The streaming TV and media player

Countries we're available in

OnPrime TV is available in Europe for you to start watching now, in the following countries:

  • Italy
  • Germany
  • Spain
  • United Kingdom

Other countries will be added over time.

Viewing over 3G/4G on mobile devices

OnPrime TV supports viewing of content over 3G/4G networks when using a supported mobile device.  Please be aware this will use up data from your free data plan (if you have one), and you may incur significant charges from your mobile service provider.

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