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Create roku.com/link Without Applying a Credit Card

Create roku.com/link account without applying a Credit Card or PayPal account:

Many Roku users aren't comfortable with providing their Credit Card details activate roku.com/link. So, you have another choice for activating your roku com link account without sharing your credit card or PayPal details, you'll be able to produce your Roku.com/link account while not mistreatment the Credit Card.

Steps for making a Roku.com/link account while not a credit card:

Follow these straightforward steps for Roku.com/link account.

  • Go to www.oku.com/link by using your computer or laptop
  • Here you will see a box where you have to enter roku code, after setting up you found a 4 digit roku code.
  • Put this code in box and hit the submit button
  • Now you can see the registration form, here you need to register your roku.com/link account to access unlimited content on Roku.
  • After coming into all details, opt for all appropriate conditions:

          1.  I am eighteen years or older

          2.  I have scanned and conform to the terms and condition

          3.  I smart to Roku causation ME its newsletters, account updates and special details

          4.  Enter the screen code

          5.  And then press continue

  • Now it'll show you the 3 choices

          1.  A PIN is needed once mistreatment your Roku account to form purchases or add any item from the channel store

          2.  A PIN is needed the only mistreatment your Roku com account to Play purchases

          3.  A PIN isn't needed once mistreatment your Roku account to form purchases.

          4.  Select the third choice that is the last one

  • Click on continue button
  • New page can show you 2 choices
  • Payment technique
  • Billing address data
  • Skip, I’ll add later
  • You ought to click on “Skip, I’ll add later”
  • After that, it'll show you a congratulation message “your Roku account has been created”
  • You will see your account details currently

Now you can enjoy your streaming by creating Roku.com/link account without using the credit card. If you are facing any issues get online assistance from roku.com/link help & support.

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