TATT: Use fire sticks and Android boxes once apps are paid for

TATT: Use fire sticks and Android boxes once apps are paid for

The Telecommunications Authority of Trinidad and Tobago in response to queries regarding their earlier statement on the use of USB devices, Fire Sticks, Android boxes etc., is now advising citizens that they can continue to use their Amazon FireStick and your Smart TV to view free websites and apps such as YouTube.

See TATT’s most recent statement on the issue –

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“Dear All, please note that you can continue to use your Amazon FireStick and your Smart TV to view free websites and apps such as YouTube. You can also use these devices to view Netflix, Disney Plus, etc. once you are legitimately paying for/subscribing to that service.”

”However, the use of these devices – Amazon FireStick, smart TV, tablet, phone, etc. – to download apps and access content such as TV shows, sports events, movies, etc. illegally without paying for that content is a breach of the Copyright Act 82:80.”

“We also note that persons have raised other questions like internet speeds etc. and will compile a single response to all of those and revert later today.”

 

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