BY | June 14, 2013

It is a great news for most of the Amazon fans. Amazon Kindle Fire HD 7 & 8.9-inch available in India for 16K & Rs 22K respectively

So finally the Amazon Kindle Fire versions are available in India. And the Kindle Fire versions are going to be available on Amazon’s website in India and the fans will be able to buy these products in Indian prices.

This is an exciting news for millions and millions of Kindle Fire and Kindle fans who were eager to get the ebook readers and the tablets from the biggest retailing company in the world, but was not available thus far.

Amazon arrived in the Indian market recently and is lining up most of its products in India for launch. Now people will be able to order the products in Indian rupees and they will be able to get the products within days. Another great news is the fact that now Amazon products will also be available on many leading retain chains and online stores besides amazon itself. So the appeal and availability of its products is going to win in the Indian market.

If you want to buy Amazon product you can login to Amazon’s India website Amazon.in and order the products. The products are available in Indian prices of course. I am sure there are many people who have been dreaming to get hold of Amazon’s top selling tablets The Kindle Fire HD 7-inch and 8.9-inch. Now if you want, you can order the two in India and both are available for Rs. 15,999 and Rs. 21,999, respectively.

Earlier the company was selling its product in association with leading retail company Croma, but now its products are also available on most of the leading retailing companies like E-Zone, Vijay Sales and Reliance Digital.

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