I think the community is aware that to use two Sonos systems in two locations (e.g. primary home and vacation home) we are currently required to have separate accounts for each. This forces an upgrade to a family plan for Prime Music Unlimited or paying for two separate accounts. Given how long this issue has been out there, it doesn’t seem likely allowing us to use one account on either system is happening soon. I do understand the single stream restriction is from Amazon based on my individual subscription plan, however I do think Sonos could make it easier on their user community for finding a creative compromise. For example, since the system needs to be linked to an account, why not make it selectable within the Sonos 2 app. I can pick which system is “active” with my account and that makes the other system inactive until I select otherwise. Right now, my option is to delete it from one, set it up at the other and then repeat the process when I go home. A lot of extra work that seems could be addressed in a simpler way without compromising the single stream restriction. Throwing it out there to see if the engineering team has looked at simplifying the use of Alexa and Prime Music on multiple systems.
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