Amazon Wireless Throwing Content at Android Buyers
Amazon Wireless today announced that it is offering customers who purchase new Android devices through AmazonWireless.com $15 in credits toward various Amazon content. Customers' Amazon accounts will be awarded three $5 credits, one each for the Amazon appstore, the Amazon MP3 store, and the Kindle Store. The promotion is available on new Android handset purchases made between July 11 and October 11, 2011. The free credits will expire on November 12, 2011, if not used. Amazon already offers free daily apps for Android devices, as well as a low-cost music storage/streaming service for Android handsets.
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