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Jerome C.
· 9 January 2019
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I’m answering this in the Australia site so I’m assuming you are asking this as an Australian purchaser wanting to send this to Canada. The echo will work and Amazon services work in Canada but the power brick that comes with the Australian version is designed for Australia. You’d be better to purchase LD the Canadian… see more I’m answering this in the Australia site so I’m assuming you are asking this as an Australian purchaser wanting to send this to Canada. The echo will work and Amazon services work in Canada but the power brick that comes with the Australian version is designed for Australia. You’d be better to purchase LD the Canadian Amazon store. See less I’m answering this in the Australia site so I’m assuming you are asking this as an Australian purchaser wanting to send this to Canada. The echo will work and Amazon services work in Canada but the power brick that comes with the Australian version is designed for Australia. You’d be better to purchase LD the Canadian Amazon store.
Al
· 15 January 2020
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I’m a Canadian living in Australia and the echo has no issue understanding my Canadian voice with a few Australian-isms added over time.

I would say it would work as well in Canada as it does in the USA or Australia with some differences to the available services it can connect to. … see more
I’m a Canadian living in Australia and the echo has no issue understanding my Canadian voice with a few Australian-isms added over time.

I would say it would work as well in Canada as it does in the USA or Australia with some differences to the available services it can connect to.

Then the question becomes what you want/expect it to do for you and whether it has those functions. See less
I’m a Canadian living in Australia and the echo has no issue understanding my Canadian voice with a few Australian-isms added over time.

I would say it would work as well in Canada as it does in the USA or Australia with some differences to the available services it can connect to.

Then the question becomes what you want/expect it to do for you and whether it has those functions.

Al
· 15 January 2020
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I would guess that this relates to volume production, exchange rate (Amazon will ensure they don’t loose money in Australia even if the Aussie dollar changes), included taxes in The Australian price, 2 year warranty coverage as a matter of consumer law in Australia (which carries additional cost for Amazon) and finall… see more I would guess that this relates to volume production, exchange rate (Amazon will ensure they don’t loose money in Australia even if the Aussie dollar changes), included taxes in The Australian price, 2 year warranty coverage as a matter of consumer law in Australia (which carries additional cost for Amazon) and finally the power supply may be more expensive to produce given the 220volt vs 120volt power supply. See less I would guess that this relates to volume production, exchange rate (Amazon will ensure they don’t loose money in Australia even if the Aussie dollar changes), included taxes in The Australian price, 2 year warranty coverage as a matter of consumer law in Australia (which carries additional cost for Amazon) and finally the power supply may be more expensive to produce given the 220volt vs 120volt power supply.
Al
· 15 January 2020
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Yes it can. It is fiddly to get to connect like you will need to first connect to your home WiFi, setup up, then via the alexa.amazon.com.au site change its WiFi to your hotspot (after activating on phone).

I have used a fair bit in the car, bluetoothed from the Echo to my head unit and using my phones hotspot.

A Wade
· 22 December 2018
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