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Old 01-30-2013, 10:25 PM   #7
caleb72
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Actually - reading what's on the Amazon site, it's a bit confusing. It looks like the limit applies if I send a document to my Kindle via email using 3G. However, in this case I just went to the Manage your Kindle page and delivered to my Kindle from there.

Additionally, Personal Documents show up in your Archive/Cloud. So what I did was the equivalent of selecting a book from my cloud and sending it to my Kindle.

It's not clear in the charges section that both actions are the same from a charging perspective even though there really isn't a difference between the two.
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