Free whether sending documents to Kindle and upload to the device via 3G Internet?

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Ordered a Amazon Kindle with 3G, I was sure that it is completely free. Now came across www.amazon.com/gp/help/customer/display.html/ref=h...which implies that if I send a document to e-mail and wants to download it via 3G, I can charge up to $.99 per megabyte. Internet something only to surf free? Is it possible to send documents to it and not pay for it?
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There are two forwarding addresses: one @free.kindle.com the other without free. First, accordingly, is free, second may be applicable.
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For free you can send only on wi-fi.
On the other — can be sent for free when you activate wi-fi when 3G is not.
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Summary — no free wifi not work, only via cable. The DX Graphite, he tried to send, nothing happened.
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By the way there is with surfing too, not all rosy. In the terms of use have a clause which States that the traffic they can at any time through the exhibit and to write off this amount at the end of the month card.
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