1. anon(181017)'s Avatar
    I've noticed the Amazon Appstore forces you to be on wifi to download apps > 20MB. Normally that's not a problem because I have wifi at home, however I have temporarily cancelled my cable and home internet service for the summer. So, I am unable to download the free game I got as FAOTD the other day. No big deal, I'll be near wifi in the near enough future, but it's really bothering me the more I think about it.

    I have unlimited data on VZW, and just locked in a new 2-year contract with my SGSIII preorder. Plus, I will be upgrading to LTE with my new phone. Even at 3G, a 20MB file only takes a couple minutes to download, no big deal. Why is Amazon so concerned with my data usage on my Verizon account? Anybody ever questioned this, or is anyone else annoyed by it?
    06-27-2012 12:05 PM
  2. anon(181017)'s Avatar
    I guess I was the only one who was bothered by this, but I did find where you can bump the wifi minimum up to 50MB in the Amazon Appstore settings...
    07-24-2012 09:59 AM
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