I'm sure there are pros & cons to each one, and Canada would probably play nicest with my account, which will become Prime once I activate my 1 year free code from Telus on Jan 1st.
Yet, I'd imagine that choosing English (United States) would enable far more functionality, and perhaps a better speaking voice for Alexa (I'd love her to have a British accent even more though).
Is it possible to have multiple accounts on the Echo?
I'm currently on a Prime Trial until the end of the month, but will be axing that account once the trial period ends and then I'll use my main one which I've had for years.
Gonna be setting up some Hue lights, so just curious if I'd have to do it all over again, or if it's just a matter of switching the account in the Alexa app and everything just migrates over.
I've been reading a few articles, but not finding much useful info regarding account switching on the Echo while keeping all of its settings the same.
I guess I could just go the multiple account route, but would rather just add my Prime Trial for now, then be able to later add my main account (which I've had for years) once I activate the free year of Prime, and finally delete the Prime Trial account once it expires.
https://www.cnet.com/how-to/how-to-set- ... azon-echo/
Perhaps the best way would be to first add the account which I plan to use the year of Prime with (my main account which is currently non-Prime), then add a secondary account which is the Prime Trial which I'm currently using, and test out some of the Prime benefits.