Amazon Kindle Fire HD 8.9 with 4G LTE now available from AT&T

Right on schedule, the AT&T Kindle Fire HD 8.9 with 4G LTE is now available in retail stores across the country. Those looking to pick one up either the 32GB version for $400, or the 64GB version for $500 can get $150 discount with a 2-year data plan. Those who already have an AT&T Mobile Share data plan can also add the 4G LTE enabled Kindle Fire HD 8.9 for only $10 a month.

As a quick refresher, the Kindle Fire HD 4G LTE features a high-def 8.9-inch display with 1920×1200 resolution (254ppi) and runs on Android Ice Cream Sandwich that has been modified so much, it’s barely recognizable. But just because the Kindle Fire HD doesn’t have access to the Google Play Store out of the box doesn’t mean there aren’t a bunch of great apps, games, and media available in the Amazon Appstore preloaded on the device.

Just call up your local AT&T retail location for more info on availability and to pick one up. As always, don’t forget to check out the Amazon Kindle Fire HD 8.9 forum to chat it up with other KF owners, and learn more about customizing the tablet to your liking.

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  • Eyad (formerly CTownOL)

    In somewhat releated news, the CyanogenMod (CM) 10.1 port now has working sound. Though the microphone, bluetooth, HDMI, Panaroma, and LTE features still don’t work. I seriously think that the developer called “Hashcode” maintains CM for like 7 devices…

  • Vic g

    anyone who buy an amazon kindle fire is stupid.
    well, most people know it.

    • emajem_666i

      That comment makes you sound so stupid. What a huge, unsupported generalization you’re making.

  • JJ111985

    I have a Kindle Fire HD and I love it! It’s easy to understand and the interface is perfect. Here’s the one I have on Amazon If you’re looking for a tablet you should check it out, I think it’s very underrated.

  • DarkPrez

    I bought both the Nexus 7 then the Kindle Fire 7 HD trying them for a few months each.
    The Nexus was better for games while the KFHD was better for reading.
    As I read a great deal It was a no brainer.

    This 8.9 LTE tablet looks amazing!