Kindle Fire HD 8.9” 4G LTE to arrive at AT&T this April 5


So, you have been on the lookout for a spanking new tablet of the non-Apple variety for the longest time now, but your budget never really gave you the opportunity to bring home one that has above average specifications without breaking the bank. What are you to do? Enter the Kindle Fire HD 8.9” 4G LTE which is said to arrive at AT&T stores this coming April 5th (just three more days, your patience will pay off, trust me on this), where each purchase will also help you be eligible for another $150 off in credits, now how about that? Not only that, AT&T has plans for the mobile road warrior, where they intend to introduce the possibility of adding the AT&T Mobile Share Plans to a tablet for a mere $10 monthly.

AT&T has proudly laid claim to having the country’s “fastest 4G LTE network”, and to see that work in tandem with the Kindle Fire HD 8.9” is definitely worth a sight to behold. Amazon’s Kindle Fire HD 4G LTE 32GB tablet will cost $399 a pop outright, but if you want a 2-year data plan to go along with it, that would mean an instant savings of $150 off, as mentioned earlier.

Chris Penrose, senior vice president of emerging devices, AT&T, said, “Being the first carrier to connect Amazon’s Kindle Fire HD to our 4G LTE network provides the best mobile internet experience. Combining our 4G LTE with Kindle Fire HD’s rich features at an incredible price point yields a great value and experience for our customers.”

Just to refresh our memories on just what the Kindle Fire HD 8.9” is able to deliver, well, it has been touted to be the highest-resolution, largest-display Kindle Fire to date, where it was specially designed for entertainment purposes, and yet is ideal for web, e-mail, apps, movies, games and magazines. With a 8.9” display at 1920 x 1200 resolution and a whopping 254 ppi pixel density, your eyes will definitely be more than happy with the visual quality it delivers.

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