Although these instructions are written for Plusnet customers using our wireless routers, the same steps should apply with other wireless routers, as long as you know the Wireless Name (SSID) and password.
For further help using your Kindles features, please see Amazon’s online support.
And that's it! Your Kindle should now be connected to your wireless network. It'll connect automatically when wireless is switched on and the Kindle is in range of your network.
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