first_imgAmazon just keeps lowering the prices of its Kindle eReaders. Today, the company announced a new 3G model of its ad-supported version. Though there’s already a 3G Kindle with Special Offers, the new model will offer wireless support from AT&T and will be $25 less than the current model.In April, Amazon launched the Kindle with Special Offers, an ad-supported version which cost $25 less than the regular price of the e-reader. For only $114, you could have a WiFi-connected e-reader, as long as you were willing to deal with a few ads here and there. The Kindle with Special Offers shows advertisements while you have it on the screensaver or while you’re navigating through the Kindle’s user interface. However, the ads don’t show up while you’re reading, which is nice.AdChoices广告In May, Amazon released the Kindle 3G with Special Offers, offering wireless access for $164.Now, Amazon’s Kindle 3G with Special Offers is available for just $139 thanks to a sponsorship from AT&T. Amazon’s CEO Jeff Bezos said that customers read 20 percent more books with the Kindle 3G since they don’t have to hunt or pay for a WiFi hotspot. AT&T will provide the free 3G access, which means there are no monthly fees or contracts.The Kindle 3G with Special Offers can hold up to 3,500 books and last up to a month on a single charge. It’s exactly the same as the $189 add-free Kindle 3G with the same e-ink screen and lengthy battery life.Now that there’s a 3G ad-supported model for$139, we suspect the $114 WiFI ad-supported version may be seeing a price drop sometime soon. Perhaps a $99 ad-supported Kindle is on the way?via PCMaglast_img