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Subaccount question

My son wishes to access the FX channel streaming service but this cannot be done without supplying a Uverse user name and password.  If I set him up as a sub account, will he then be able to access this service?

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Re: Subaccount question

dokeefe1951 - No, authorization is only on the primary ID.
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Re: Subaccount question

Sub accounts have worked for other services (such as the Showtime service).  I can't say that I've tried it with a subaccount, but I'm surprised it doesn't work.

 

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Re: Subaccount question

Thank you. I will check it out.

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Accepted by topic author dokeefe1951
‎09-30-2015 1:39 AM

Re: Subaccount question

I'm pretty sure you can use a subaccount. I believe that when creating a subaccount, there is a way to give it permissions the same as the primary.

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