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My house seems full of Kindles of every kind, but I decided to buy the Kindle Touch after reading a couple of reviews written by people who seemed to prefer it over the other models. I like it for the following reasons: 1.) It is lighter in weight and …

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Amazon coupon codes 2012 for Kindle Touch 3G, all discount codes, deals and promos 2012 – PRLog (free press release)

Amazon has reportedly begun pitching to advertising agencies the opportunity to advertise on the welcome screen of its Kindle Fire tablet for a price of $600,000. Details on the program were shared this week by an executive at an ad agency with Ad Age.

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Amazon planning to sell ads on Kindle Fire welcome screen – Apple Insider

Will the Kindle Fire’s home screen soon double as a color billboard for advertisers? Ad Age reports that Amazon is pitching the idea to ad agency executives, although it’s unclear if the online retailer plans to bring ads to the current generation of …

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Amazon May Bring Ads to the Kindle Fire – PC World

Kindle buyers no longer have to decide right away whether they want the ad-free or ad-subsidized version of the e-reader, because Amazon is including an option to remove Kindle ads later. Removing ads from the fourth-generation Kindle with Special Offers …

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New Kindle with Special Offers E-book Feature: Remove Ads for $30 – PC World

Removing ads from the fourth-generation Kindle with Special Offers costs $30–the same premium that users would pay up-front for an ad-free model. The latest Kindle, which removes the keyboard of previous generations in favor of a directional …

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New Kindle with Special Offers E-Book Feature: Remove Ads for $30 – CIO

The ability to pick up a latest generation Kindle for just $79 is going to be too tempting for a lot of people to pass up. However, in order to achieve that low price, Amazon ships you a Kindle with Special Offers, their nice way of saying ÔÇťadvertising …

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New Kindle lets you unsubscribe from Special Offers for $30 – Geek.Com

Users are finding that Amazon is allowing them to opt out of the ads on the latest ad-supported Kindles, albeit by paying a fee. The additional fee is the difference in price between an unsubsidized Kindle and a version with ads, or “Special Offers,” as …

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Amazon Allowing Users to Pay to Get Rid of Kindle Ads – PC Magazine

Amazon on Thursday said it is getting into the local deals game with a Kindle software update for “Special Offers” versions of its popular Kindle electronic readers. AmazonLocal on Kindle with Special Offers will launch in New York City and spread to other …

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Kindle e-reader ads get local – Bangkok Post

Those barely discounted Amazon Kindles with Special Offers that launched earlier this year have become the hottest commodity for Amazon in the e-reader market.

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Kindle Gets AmazonLocal Offers – MediaPost

Amazon’s daily-deals service, AmazonLocal, will soon be arriving on Kindle with Special Offers and Kindle 3G with Special Offers, the online retail giant announced today. AmazonLocal was first introduced in June

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AmazonLocal on its way to Kindle with Special Offers – CNET News