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Topic # 193866 27-Mar-2016 18:38
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If you haven't used the Amazon Shopping Android app yet then here is a good deal: download the Amazon Shopping app on your Android device and you get $5 off on your first purchase using the app (I will also get $5).

 

You have to install the app from the Google Play, then on your smartphone click the link above to claim the credit.

 

 





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  Reply # 1520528 27-Mar-2016 19:20
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Hi are we allowed to post our links too?




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Android only?

If I have the iOS app and click the link it wont work?



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  Reply # 1520589 27-Mar-2016 22:36
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Actually, now my Skinny Broadband is back up, I tried it and the page linked to the Apple Store and worked when I logged into the app and verified my mobile phone number! 👍

Unfortunately, the app doesn't support purchasing digital content(?) as it wouldn't let me buy a kindle book, just add it to a Wishlist... I'm guessing the $5 credit only happens if I buy physical goods?



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