Amazon Kindle 3G eReader at AT&T Stores Across US, Starting March 6

March 1, 2011, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Look what AT&T is aiming with the Kindle. The carrier, which claims to be America’s fastest mobile broadband network, will be starting to sell Amazon’s Kindle 3G in company-owned retail stores across the US, beginning March 6.

With the decision now on, the carrier will be seen displaying the Kindle 3G in all the company-owned stores. The  display of the devices will also mean that customers can just walk in and test the Kindle 3G  devices and decide on whether to part with the money on the price tag and take them home.

Amazon’s Kindle 3G is no ordinary eReader as you all know. With AT&T set to offer the device very soon via its stores across the nation, the carrier also believes that their connected devices lineup would get a boost.

The light weight and charming design, a month’s battery life, most advanced Pearl E-ink display that works to the fullest even under direct sunlight and capability to store up to 3,500 books make the Kindle 3G one device we all would love to pick up. And to add, AT&T will be offering the device for no monthly wireless fees or annual contracts, and you get to own the device for just $189.

Adding to the attraction, the Kindle Store has more than 810,000 books, including new releases and 107 of 111 New York Times Best Sellers. And, more than 670,000 of these books are around $9.99.

Tell us if you will be heading for the AT&T stores near you to test drive and pick your Kindle3G.

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