Originally Posted by geekmaster
If you made ANY effort to use Google before posting slanderous suggestions about the veracity of my post, you would have found these (and a much more, being hot news all various forums):
Here it is straight from the official "amazon kindle keyboard support" page:
An amazon policy change announced 2012 July 1 added this text:
"The Experimental Web Browser is currently only available for some customers outside of the United States and may be limited to 50MB of browsing over 3G per month. This limit does not apply when customers are browsing over Wi-Fi."
And there is a dedicated MobileRead thread that confirms it:
And there is a lot more information if you know how to use Google. You really should at least try a minimal effort to do your own research before posting doubtful comments like you did. It makes you appear to be much more foolish than you (probably) are. You might want to edit your post.
Where in that link from Amazon does it say that the limitation is due to "huge .torrent traffic proxied through a tethered amazon 3G connection" which is what you claimed?