Your Old Kindle Will Soon Lose Access to the Internet
Starting this December, if you have a Kindle that has 2G or 3G wireless connectivity, audiobooks and e-books will have to be downloaded using Wi-Fi. That's because phone carriers such as AT&T, T-Mobile and Verizon are scheduled to shut down their 3G networks and this will affect millions of Kindle devices. Here's how you can prepare for the great disconnect. Plus, if you want to upgrade your e-reader, here are options you may want to consider.