Old Kindle devices of Amazon would commence to lose the internet access
Old Kindle devices of Amazon would commence losing the internet access in the month of December:
The devices to which you do not have Wi-Fi access would not be proficient to connect to the internet at all.
If you are the one who is having an old Amazon Kindle with 3G internet suggest keep it in mind that you may not be professional to wirelessly access and download the new content anymore commencing from the month of December. As according to the reports by the verge, the emails have been sent out to the owners with old kindles by Amazon. In the emails, Amazon is uttering that the precedent generation devices would lose the excess of the internet after the mobile operator’s transition from 2G and 3G networks to 4G and 5G.
The specific devices have been listed by the e-commerce giant which would be affected by the switch in the FAQ page it. It is aforementioned that the first- and second-generation Kindles and the Kindle DX as well, would not be proficient to connect to the internet since they do not have the connectivity of Wi-Fi to fall back on. In the list, the other devices are the Kindle keyboard 3rd generation, Kindle touch 4th generation Kindle paperwhite 5th, 6th and 7th generation, Kindle voyage 7th generation, and the Kindle Oasis 8th generation, entire of these devices have the connection of Wi-Fi.
One would be proficient to access the books so far on an older device n can do wired transfers if he desiderates as well. And if one is having a new 4G or Wi-Fi only Kindle, he would not be affected. In the email, for the customers, a code has been contained by Amazon. Customers can make use of that code to get 50% off a new Kindle paperwhite or Kindle Oasis, along with the $15 in eBook credits. One can desiderate to check the inbox to be appraised if he has got the notice of company in case he’s been looking to upgrade anyway.
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