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Amazon Launches The India Kindle Store



Customers can discover full details on www.amazon.com/kindle and www.junglee.com or at Croma retail outlets throughout India. Customers can also continue to purchase Kindle, Kindle Touch and Kindle Touch 3G from Amazon.com with shipment to India.




Amazon Launches The India Kindle Store



helloI wanted to sell our magazine on kindle Amazon, the language of our magazine is Farsi (persian), but Farsi is not in the list of the languages on amazonI mean when it asks me to choose the language of my book, thats not in the listDoes it have any way? Is it possible to sell a Farsi magazine on Amazon?Thanks


Now, you can go to Amazon.in and browse for your kindle books. When you click purchase, you will be sent to amazon.com with the updated price and you can purchase your books from there with the new Indian prices!


iam not sure copyright holders will agree to selling books into india if this loophole exists. iam expecting amazon to do address or identity validations in future, or at worst indians will lose reduced price (via amazon)? Definitely watch this space.


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