Upon the purchase of a Kindle Fire HDX from AmazonSmile today through Sunday, Jeff Bezos’ organization will donate $20 to your favorite charity. The fact that Amazon has brought this limited-time deal of philanthropy and altruism speaks volumes about its good intentions.
Buyers on AmazonSmile have a week’s time to purchase a Kindle Fire HDX, in return for which Amazon will donate $20 to the charitable organization of their choice. Over a million such setups have been included in the list. The feel-good deal is part of a philanthropic drive for the holiday season which is almost here. The brand new Kindle Fire HDX has a display unit with a range of seven to nine inches.
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Inside it contains a quad-core 2.2 GHz processor. The memory is double of that, and as for the battery life it almost lasts a dozen hours or so. Other cool features that it sports include: X-Ray for Music, Second Screen, Prime Instant Video downloads as well as the iconoclastic Mayday button.
Once the customers start flocking to AmazonSmile, they will have to select their preferred charity startup from more than a million. Once they have done this, it is plain sailing from there onwards. AmazonSmile will donate $20 from the purchase they make of the one and only Kindle Fire HDX. This particular service of Amazon got launched about a month back. It has met with a huge response from the crowd of avid consumers. Especially as regards charity, which is the greatest of virtues, AmazonSmile is the ideal destination.
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“We’ve been thrilled by the overwhelmingly positive response to AmazonSmile—our customers love knowing that we’ll donate to their favorite charitable organization every time they shop AmazonSmile at smile.amazon.com,” said Ian McAllister, General Manager, AmazonSmile. “In celebration of the holiday season, we’re excited to offer AmazonSmile customers a special offer for this week only—buy a Kindle Fire HDX at smile.amazon.com, and we’ll donate $20 to your favorite charitable organization. Happy Holidays!”