Idaho Customers: Upgrade Your Speed and Get a Free Kindle

Kindle – the worlds favorite e reader

Current Broadband Customers: Click here to Upgrade your speed and get a free Kindle E-reader.

Just in time for Christmas—the perfect gift for your family—faster internet plus a new Amazon Kindle, so you can study, read and get more books online, faster.

Upgrade your internet speed to at least one tier above what you are currently paying, sign a new one-year commitment, and agree to keep that same speed until the end of 2013, and we will send you a new Kindle E-reader. Offer valid for upgrade service requests between Nov 16-Dec 28, 2012, only. 

What’s  a Kindle E-reader?

Kindle is designed for purely for reading; it’s small, light, and fast. Less than 6 ounces – lighter than a paperback, fits in your pocket. Reads like paper with no glare, even in bright sunlight. Download books in 60 seconds with built-in Wi-Fi. Holds over 1,000 books – take your library wherever you go. Supports children’s books and includes new parental controls. See for Kindle details.

Kindle is still the world’s favorite electronic reading device, and is a fantastic educational tool. You can e-mail documents – including Word, PDF and more – directly to your Kindle and read them in Kindle format. Your kids will enjoy reading books, and searching Wikipedia and the Web. Kindle supports children’s books with Kindle Text Pop-Up, and comic books with Kindle Panel View which allows you to read a comic book panel by panel.

Here’s how our Christmas Kindle promotion works:
Current phone or TV customers who do not yet have broadband with us may qualify for the Kindle Fire promo. We are also offering a free Kindle E-reader to the first 50 existing or current Directcom Broadband  customers who upgrade their internet speed this month. Here’s how it works: Upgrade your internet speed to at least one tier above what you are currently paying, sign a new one-year commitment, and agree to keep that same speed until the end of 2013, and we will send you a new Kindle E-reader.
If you are already on our highest available speed for your area, give yourself a pay on the back—you have been enjoying faster speeds than everybody else. This promo is designed to get people to try new products or speeds they may not have tried without an incentive.

When will I get my new Kindle? 
We will ship the Kindle to one of our offices for pickup within 30 days of your new service upgrade. We will call you when your Kindle has been processed, registered to your account, and is ready for pickup. You will sign to say you have received your Kindle. After that point, the Kindle is your responsibility—we cannot support it. Directcom is not responsible for installation or support of your Kindle or Amazon account. All warranties and technical support will be your sole responsibility by working through the manufacturer. If you have trouble with your Kindle, call Amazon for support or replacement. You will create an Amazon account when you register your Kindle. Amazon provides a 1-year warranty on your Kindle, and details are available on your Amazon account page.

Call Direct Communications at 208 548 2345 if you have any questions about this promotion. We look forward to sending you your new free Kindle.

This speed upgrade promo is available  to Idaho customers only. Offer valid for new broadband service requests between Nov 16-Dec 28, 2012, only. Two-year service commitment required.  Offer expires 12/28/2012. OAC. While supplies last. First 50 customers only. Kindle will be provided within 30 days of hook-up. Offer available to existing residential Directcom Internet customers in Direct Communications’ cable or DSL service areas in southeast Idaho only. Rates do not include applicable taxes and surcharges. new 1-year term service contract. You also agree to keep subscribing to your new chosen speed for at least a year. This means no speed downgrades until the end of 2013. If you terminate your contract early or downgrade your speed early, you will be subject to early termination fees plus pay back the full retail cost of the Kindle.

About Brigham Griffin
Brigham Griffin, Marketing Director for Direct Communications, has been with the company since 2005. Brigham has an MBA from the University of Utah, and a BA in Communications from Brigham Young University. He is a Professional in Residence at Utah Valley University, and also serves as an adjunct professor of marketing at Idaho State University.

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