One of the greatest things about the Kindle Keyboard (also known as the Kindle 3) has been unlimited free 3G web browsing on the device. Amazon is now limiting that usage, however.
The limit is 50 MB of bandwidth per month. That’s quite the drop from “unlimited,” but it should still be sufficient for the average Kindle user.
The Kindle Touch 3G—Amazon’s newest top-of-the-line e-reader—has never allowed 3G web browsing other than Wikipedia and the Amazon.com store, and that’s one reason why people have continued to buy or hold on to their Kindle Keyboard (K3).
[via Good E-Reader]