Originally Posted by HarryT
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.
, could you give us some examples so that we could see what might be going on?