Dallas - AT&T
stores will begin selling the Kindle 3G at $189 in its
company-owned stores starting March 6.
The device will be the first
dedicated e-reader offered in AT&T owned stores, which will display the
device in connected-device displays that feature laptops and tablets.
In its fourth quarter ending December,
AT&T added 2 million subscriptions for connected devices, bringing its
year-end connected-device subscription base to 11 million.
Kindle 3G connects to Wi-Fi networks
and to AT&T's 3G network to download books, magazines, newspapers and
personal documents for display on its 6-inch Pearl E Ink display, promoted as readable
in direct sunlight. It can store up to 3,500 books and operate for up to one
month on one battery charge with wireless turned off.
Dallas - AT&T Wireless stores will begin selling the Kindle 3G at $189 in its company-owned stores starting March 6.