Good news for new Kindle Fire HD owners, as Amazon has decided to offer their clients a way to remove the advertisements that appear on their screens.
Though it doesn’t come free, it’s an excellent way for Kindle Fire HD owners to use their tablets without those unwanted advertisements.
Kindle Fire HD owners have to shell out $15 to remove these advertisements that appear every time the user locks the screen of their Kindles.
A statement released by Amazon said, “I wanted to let you know that with Kindle Fire HD there will be a special offer 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,” they added.
These ad-free Kindles will not be directly available in the market. Kindle Fire HD owners need to purchase the tablet first then pay the $15 fee to remove the ads.
Amazon began the ad lock screen two years ago to help offer their tablets to their clients in a cheaper price.
Analysts said that Amazon didn’t initially want to offer the fee for their clients. But since then, they have changed their mind.
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