Estonia

The following is specific information for Estonia.

The level of Kindle support that Amazon provides for your country is:

full support

Full support

Amazon currently ships the Kindle to your country, and you can use the free 3G Whispernet service on the device.

You can purchase an extended warranty for your Kindle. There are no extra fees added to the cost of books.

partial support

Medium support

Amazon currently ships the Kindle to your country, and you can use the free 3G Whispernet service on the device.

There is a $2 fee on most books over the original cost of the title.

low support

Low support

Amazon currently ships the Kindle to your country, but you cannot use the free 3G Whispernet service in your country. We suggest you order the WiFi only Kindle, unless you plan to travel to a country where the Whispernet service is available.

no support

No support

Amazon do not currently ship the Kindle to your country. If you want to order a Kindle you can follow our guide on shipping to unsupported countries.

Information was accurate at time of writing, and is updated regularly.

The latest generation Kindle devices available in your country are:

We have more information about the $2 fee you currently pay for each book purchased through the Kindle store in this country.

Below you can find a section for comments and questions about the Kindle in your country. Feel free to join in the discussion, talk about your experience with a Kindle locally, or ask a question for people who own Kindles in your country.

Is information on this page incorrect? Leave a comment below and we’ll correct any errors or changes in Amazon’s support for your country.

2 Responses to Estonia

  1. I have never been able to use the 3G Whispernet in Estonia. There is no coverage whatsoever at least since 2010. As soon as I land in Germany or Spain, my Kindle syncs as usual. I have raised this issue at Kindle forums and all I get is denial.

  2. I can second that observation, P. Veyrat. I own a Kindle Keyboard (or whatever its name is these days) since it was first announced a number of years ago, and although the 3G functionality excels in just about any other country, it has never worked in Estonia.

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