Kindle Devices And 3G Issues

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old Kindle devices will not support 3G connections

In December, Kindle devices will eventually stop supporting 3G connection. Older devices are getting outdated as newer versions have kept arriving. Similarly, your old Kindle e-book reader won’t be able to connect to 3G internet connections from December onwards. Where few devices will entirely loose the internet connection, some will work by using alternative tactics.

It is not surprising that people are still using 3G internet connection and it is not a good news for them if they are an old Kindle device user.

Kindle devices 3G connections alternative

A Wi-Fi connection will act as an alternative and will solve your 3G internet connection problem. You need to check if your device supports Wi-Fi connection or not?

1st and 2nd Generation Kindle, and 2nd Generation Kindle DX do not have the privilege of Wi-Fi connection. On the other hand, Kindle keyboard, Kindle Paperwhite, Kindle Touch, etc. works on Wi-Fi. So, you can connect them to your personal Wi-Fi and continue using the device.

Models that supports 4G connectivity will connect to the internet via cellular regardless of 3G connectivity.

What to do with the devices that will loose internet connection totally?

Well, if your Kindle device leaves you with no alternative option. Do not get sad! Amazon has come up with amazing discount on the upgrade of your older versions of Kindles. It is offering $50 discount towards a Kindle Oasis and Kindle Paperwhite along with other beneficial offers. You’ll have to opt for a new Kindle purchase before the December deadline as per news provided by Amazon. After that period, user will not be able to take the advantage of the discount.

This is such a good opportunity to improve your reading experience. Though it will cost you some money, but if you are a determined reader, you will love this newer versions.

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