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Old 10-20-2012, 04:04 AM   #11
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Originally Posted by HarryT View Post
In countries where Amazon don't have an agreement with a local telecoms operator they used to charge a US$2 surcharge per book to pay for the cost of 3G downloads. Is that perhaps still the case for Australia?
Australia isn't a surcharge-country anymore. In any case, Amazon won't explicitly say that the surcharge is for the 3G, so it's no use complaining if you don't even use it. This is still a major problem in many countries, but not Australia, NZ, Canada or the countries that have their own Kindle store.

geenp, could you give us some examples so that we could see what might be going on?
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