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Can you replace Netflix with Amazon Prime Instant Videos? And is it worth the money if you’re trying to get rid of pay TV? Check out this week’s episode of our weekly Cord Cutters web series for a closer look at the Amazon subscription service.

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Is it time to cancel your Netflix subscription now that Amazon streams movies and TV shows as part of its Amazon Prime service? Check out this week’s Cord Cutters episode for an answer to this question:

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Please share your thoughts about Amazon Prime Instant Videos in the comments, get in touch with us on Twitter (@cordcutters) or email us at cordcutters @ gigaom.com.

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  6. Actually the Roku is pretty cheap now, with the lowest model around $60…and the highest at $100. Personally I’ll stick with my Netflix account, but the added benefit of Instant Videos to my Amazon Prime is pretty neat (although I wouldn’t have it if I didn’t buy so much stuff from Amazon) :P

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