Kindle Fire HD 8.9" 4G LTE Tablet
Price: $179.99 - 199.99
Shipping Options:: $5 Standard OR $9 Two-Day OR $12 One-Day
Shipping Estimates: Ships in 1-2 business days (Friday, Sep 05 to Monday, Sep 08) + transit
Condition: Amazon Certified Refurbished
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5/23/2014 - $219.99 - 269.9 - 22 comment(s)
Here’s what Engadget has to say.
Amazon Warehouse has used 32GB version for $180.
The Amazon Warehouse’s approval rating as a merchant is way below my threshold for merchants that I would consider.
i have an apple iPhone with AT&T data plan. will the same data plan work with this or do i need a separate plan for the tablet?
According to the Features list:
An AT&T data plan is required to connect to 4G. If you’re not currently an AT&T customer, you can sign up for a data plan right from your device. See data plan options and browse network coverage. Please note: the promotional $49.99 data plan offer has ended
If you have a preexisting data plan it should be able to be added on.
Maybe some other Wooters can chime in with further experience about 4G.
If you are on a mobile share plan then you can either:
- Use your phone as a mobile hotspot to tether the device.
- or Add it to the account for ten bucks a month so it can have stand alone data.(Shared from the plan)
If you are on an unlimited, 3 gig, 2 gig, 300 meg, or 250 meg plan then you have to add it with it’s own plan, starting at 14.95 a month for 250 megs.
If you have a 5 gig stand alone data plan you can also use it for tethering.
This is compatible with T-mobile, including their 200 MB free a month offer:
While there’s never been a problem returning unsatisfactory Warehousedeals merchandise (always at their expense), it’s worth noting noting that none of the currently used Kindle Fires listed there are reconditioned nor do they come with any warranty.
You know what’s less clear?..(And I’d welcome any thoughts) is whether this could be used on a paid T-Mobile plan, as opposed to an AT&T plan. Once would think so, given the link you sited, but then why does the product description specify AT&T only?
Tempting, esp. 64 GB and 4G LTE, but no SD card slot, correct? And with all those supported radio frequencies, why AT&T only? Would it work on any European mobile phone systems such as Orange in France?
Ultimately, I think the sponsored ads would bug me too much. Is there any way to pay a fee to get the ads removed on this model?
How has no one mentioned Jenifer Lawrence on the picture of the Kindle?! Ironic! Woot… You know what you are doing…
But you are willing to buy from this one?:
Can I use Wi-Fi only and not get a 4G LTE plan of any kind?
Can this run CyanogenMod? I’d buy it right away if I could get a stock Android experience on it.
What I don’t understand is why no one mentioned (well, I went through the comments, I might have missed something) the fact that I cannot play Youtube videos or flash on my kindle Fire HD. Seems to me it’s pretty useless as a tablet and you might as well spend the cash and buy an ipad.
If you go into the Verizon Wireless store right now, you can get a wonderful tablet for free…and then you have to add it on your plan for $10/month. Verizon customers, it’s a better deal even than this one.