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  • Amazon introduces a tablet six-pack
  • Amazon introduces a tablet six-pack
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Amazon introduces a tablet six-pack

Amazon is renowned for its often unbelievable prices, discounts and promotions, which it regularly leverages to get customers across the world on-side. The internet giant's latest effort sees it shift its 7-inch Fire tablets for just $50 a pop – and if you buy five they’ll throw in one for free.

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