I’m looking for a factual answer, so while I think I’ve been ripped off (they tried, anyway!), maybe someone can shed some light:
I checked Amazon.de for an electronic copy of Adam Levin’s* The Instructions *yesterday, since the bloody hardcover is too much to carry around. They had a Kindle copy for 6,81€, a bit less even than I was willing to pay. I didn’t place the order immediately, and in the evening remembered to so and tried to do it from my 3G Kindle. The copy there was 12,50€! I figured I’d check if the price had, for some reason, gone up, but it remained at 6,81€ on Amazon.de.
Does Amazon rip off its 3G customers, or was this a glitch? I’ve already paid the 50€ or so premium to HAVE 3G, so I’d be pretty pissed if this was a regular “you’d not 3G it if you didn’t really need it”-silly customer surcharge!