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While almost all of Alexa's functionality runs off the Amazon cloud and requires Internet connectivity, your alarms don't. If you set an alarm, and you lose your Internet connection, your alarm will go off. That's because the alarm is stored locally, in each Alexa unit.
However, if your connection is down, you won't b… see more
While almost all of Alexa's functionality runs off the Amazon cloud and requires Internet connectivity, your alarms don't. If you set an alarm, and you lose your Internet connection, your alarm will go off. That's because the alarm is stored locally, in each Alexa unit.
However, if your connection is down, you won't be able to say "Alexa, stop." It won't. See less
While almost all of Alexa's functionality runs off the Amazon cloud and requires Internet connectivity, your alarms don't. If you set an alarm, and you lose your Internet connection, your alarm will go off. That's because the alarm is stored locally, in each Alexa unit.
However, if your connection is down, you won't be able to say "Alexa, stop." It won't.

Gareth Owen
· 8 July 2019
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You should be able to from Amazon, they have then for spot etc.
Cheryl
· 3 April 2020
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No it doesn't. Perhaps a reading light would help.
Unicorn Traveller
· 15 July 2019
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Many FaceBook users have thanked me for mentioning the largest independent English-speaking Alexa support group, where you can can get ideas and benefit from the combined experience of 40,000+ members: UK Alexa Help & Support - www.facebook.com/groups/alexafansuk
Peter Allinson
· 7 March 2020
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yes it does
Grant…
· 6 January 2020
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I don’t think so. But you can connect it to another speaker by using the audio output port. Or you can buy the “Echo Input” instead.
NPN
· 23 December 2019
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Many FaceBook users have thanked me for mentioning the largest independent English-speaking Alexa support group, where you can can get ideas and benefit from the combined experience of 37,000+ members: UK Alexa Help & Support - www.facebook.com/groups/alexafansuk
Peter Allinson
· 19 December 2019
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Yes it works with multiple voices so the whole family can use it.
StevoTerry
· 13 October 2020
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Select it as a Gift to have it not linked to your account by default. Otherwise you can always De-register it later
NPN
· 2 December 2019