Originally Posted by eskimo49
I bought a Wi-Fi Kindle, even though it was the version I wanted. I just assumed that the 3G version was only for buying direct from Amazon. Didn't know that it could also be used for ordinary internet access as well.
This could be open to abuse very easy, especially if you go on holiday abroad, and let Amazon pick up the bill for roaming internet charges.
Using the browser on the device, it's hard to really generate substantial traffic. It's an entirely different story if the device provides access for "real" computers (tethering).