But you'll be hunting. Unless you want to pony up another $30 a month, and if you do that for a year, as I expect that many people will, you'll pay $410 a year ($30 a month for $12 months, plus the annual $50 data fee.)
I'm not saying the Kindle Fire HD isn't a good buy. I have yet to use one or read a thorough hands-on review, so I simply don't know.
But I am saying that Amazon's highly touted data deal is far from adequate, and the company should do a better job informing consumers of its limitations. If you buy a Kindle Fire HD, be sure you know what you're getting in to.
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