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Old 08-07-2010, 02:34 AM   #4
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Originally Posted by JoshLessard View Post
Does anyone know if Amazon plans to have international prices for Kindle books instead of forcing everyone to pay in US $? Besides the lack of ePub support, this is one of the biggest drawbacks stopping me from ordering the Kindle 3. I like the fact that kobobooks.com sells ePubs in the currency of the country you're in (Canada in my case), which not only avoids a currency conversion, but also the ridiculous fee that most credit cards charge for doing the currency conversion.

Thanks.
Amazon are using in the local UK Kindle store. I suspect that as they open local Kindle stores in their other local Amazon stores, they'll switch to local pricing there too. Don't expect to see anything other than US$ at Amazon.com though.
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