So I'm trying to figure something out and can't find a solid answer. I often bring my streaming media player to my girlfriend's house to watch movies with and I've ended up just leaving it there for her to use since I can use my Xbox as a streaming device anyway. What I want to know, though, is whether it's "OK" for us to use Netflix at the same time.
It says on the Netflix streaming plan "Unlimited streaming- 2 devices at once" which means I can legally stream two different movies to my TV and say Kindle Fire HD at the same time. Furthermore, I take that to mean that I could watch 'on the go' on my Kindle Fire while someone else could watch on my TV at home at the same time. Seeing as you can use Netflix anywhere, I don't see why there would be a problem with that.
The question is, could I in any way get in trouble for letting her stream from my account while I also stream at home (we live about 55 miles apart). We're only using two devices, which is all the streaming plan says, and I pay for the subscription.
What do you think? I mean I believe I'm within my rights as my subscription explicitly gives me permission to stream to two devices at a time. Sure I'm using it in two households, but what's the difference between that, or say someone in my home using it while I use it on the road on a mobile device?