You can use your Kindle Keyboard outside of the United States.
International customers can purchase Kindle devices and Kindle content from the following marketplaces in these locations.
You can purchase Kindle devices for shipment to eligible countries.
Amazon.com recognizes most accounts established with Amazon International Sites. You can sign into Amazon.com using the e-mail address and password for your existing account and see your existing addresses and payment methods.
All prices listed in the Kindle Store are in U.S. dollars (USD). Amazon.com accepts most major credit and debit cards. You can view a list of payment methods we accept on the Paying with a Credit or Debit Card Help page. If you signed into Amazon.com using an existing Amazon account, you should see your existing payment methods already available if you are shipping to an address listed on your account. For credit cards denominated in a supported currency other than U.S. dollars, your bank or credit card company may charge foreign conversion fees.
For tracking purposes, all international Kindle Keyboard orders ship Priority Courier. Click the link for your region from the choices in the Shipping Rates and Times by Geographical Region section of our International Shipping Help page and scroll down to the Priority Courier Shipping Rates chart to view applicable shipping charges.
You are the importer of record for your shipment and your international shipment may be subject to customs duties, import taxes and other fees levied by the destination country and carrier.
Import fees are estimated and collected as a deposit upon checkout.
You're responsible for paying any applicable fees upon delivery of your Kindle.
These fees can vary widely from country to country. Please contact your local customs office for more information.
Kindle for customers residing in the U.S. is covered by our Kindle One-Year Limited Warranty. Extended warranties for Kindle Keyboard are also available.
Kindle devices shipped to destinations outside the United States are covered by the Kindle Limited Warranty. Extended warranty coverage is not available to customers living outside the United States.
The Kindle Store primarily includes English-language books and U.S. and international newspaper and magazine titles with prices listed in U.S. Dollars. Subscriptions to blogs are not available to non-U.S. customers.Shopping for Kindle Content Help page. Availability and pricing of titles from the Kindle Store varies by your country or region.
The Kindle Store uses 1-Click Ordering and accepts most major credit and debit cards. You can view a list of payment methods we accept on the Paying with a Credit or Debit Card Help page. All prices are listed in U.S. Dollars (USD). For credit cards denominated in a supported currency other than U.S. dollars, your bank or credit card company may charge foreign conversion fees.
Newspapers and magazines available to customers living outside the United States may not contain associated images, tables or graphics if downloaded using 3G. Use Wi-Fi to download the full version available in your country. Blogs are not available to customers living outside the United States.
To shop the Kindle Store for titles available for your country or region, set the country or region in Manage Your Content and Devices.
We'll display your country or region at the top of the Kindle Store so you know that you're browsing the catalog of titles available for your country or region. Availability and pricing of titles can vary by country.
Customers living or traveling outside the United States can shop in the Kindle Store and receive books and periodicals wirelessly. Books are generally delivered in less than 60 seconds, but download times can vary based on Wi-Fi network settings, 3G or EDGE/GPRS coverage, signal strength, and file size.
Kindle Personal Documents Service makes it easy to take your personal documents with you, eliminating the need to print. Kindle Personal Documents Service allows you to:
Detailed information on Kindle Personal Document service is available on our Kindle Personal Documents Service help page.
You can also transfer personal documents to your Kindle Keyboard at no charge using your USB connection. For more information, go to Transfer from a Computer to Your Kindle Keyboard.
The experimental Web Browser is not available for some customers outside of the United States.
If you purchase a Kindle power adapter, you can connect the USB cable to it to charge your Kindle Keyboard. Power adapters for many other countries are available for purchase from Amazon.
Note: Third-party charging devices, power converters, USB wall chargers, and other charging hubs are not recommended for your Kindle.