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Compare and Contrast 2 Samsung Smart TVs

lazyboy97o

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You do not need to tell your internet provider about any devices you add to your home network. You can add as many TVs as you want.

Some of the apps may not already be downloaded and installed, but you just have to go to the App Store and install them.

The only issue would be if you have a data cap on your internet plan and you hit that because you are doing more streaming.
 

SteveBrickNJ

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Original Poster
You do not need to tell your internet provider about any devices you add to your home network. You can add as many TVs as you want.

Some of the apps may not already be downloaded and installed, but you just have to go to the App Store and install them.

The only issue would be if you have a data cap on your internet plan and you hit that because you are doing more streaming.
Thank you. The reality will be that we will just watch Netflix on the new tv instead of the older one. No worries then, correct?
 

lazyboy97o

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Thank you. The reality will be that we will just watch Netflix on the new tv instead of the older one. No worries then, correct?
Most likely, but there is a possibility that the new TV uses more data because it’s downloading higher quality content. If you ever want to watch 4K content that will use more data.
 

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