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My name is martha cobb I have netflix on my tablet and on my bedroom tv but I wanted on my livingroom tv but it won't let me put it on there

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Netflix's pricing structure allows you to have it on a number of devices according to price plan. If you have the £7.49 a month plan then you can only have it on two devices. If however, you have purchased the £8.99 a month plan then you should be able to use it on four devices. If this is the case, then contact Netflix and let them know.

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