After a lot of confusion, Amazon has finally decided that users can get the adds removed from their upcoming Kindle Fire Tablets. The add free version of the Kindle Fire HD will be available to the tablet users fore $15 more.
The American based company announced 3 tablets including the Kindle Fire HD on 6th September and pre-orders were started from the same day. The devices however came with the ‘Special Offer’ tag which meant it had adds on the lock screen and the main homepage.
This change in policy can within a day after intially the Tablet Company announced that their was no way to opt out of the adds unlike their Kindle e-ink readers
There was a large negative response to this announcement by the consumers and their was a possibilty of the Tablet failing before it actually came to the market.
In order to avoid the wrath of the customers, Amazon announced that you can get a add free device by paying a mere $15 fee. Email was sent to different blogs which said,
I wanted to let you know that with Kindle Fire HD there will be a special offers opt-out option for $15. We know from our Kindle reader line that customers love our special offers and very few people choose to opt out. We're happy to offer customers the choice.
This came as a sigh of relieve for the customers who want a clean tablet for their daily usage. The Kindle Fire HD is set to start shipping by the end of this week and will try to compete with smartphone giants Apple’s Tablet, iPad.
With 22% of US tablet market already in the hands of Amazon’s Tablets, these new tablets will increase their share in the market substantially. Apple also has plans of releasing its tablets as well at their event on Sept. 12 2012