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To sign up for a "Non-Mobile Account" , you need a valid email address. Upon successful registration, a permanent system generated Chikka ID will be assigned to you. Your mobile contacts will see this number as the "sender" when they receive your text messages. They may then save this number in their address book. They can also text you to this number anytime from their mobile phones.
If you own a Philippine mobile number (Globe Telecom, Smart Communications or Sun Cellular), you can create a "Mobile Account" linking your mobile phone and your Chikka ID together with a valid email address.
With a Mobile Account you can continue sending and receiving Chikka messages as text on your mobile even if you have signed out.
On signing in you can use any of your mobile number or email address as your Chikka ID.
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The thing you need to do is get an Amazon Kindle e-Reader and download some e-books to it.
Then you need to talk to good friends or family members that have Amazon Kindles and that have content on them you would like to share.
The next thing is to deregister your Amazon Kindle from your own account and register it on your friend or family members account. Then download the books that you would like to share from your family member and voila they are on your Amazon Kindle now.
After that you deregister your Amazon Kindle from your family members account and reregister it back onto your account and you are done. If your family member wants books of yours to share then you just do it all in reverse putting their Kindle on your account etc.
Amazon Kindle books come with DRM protection or Digitial Rights Management software so that you are allowed to download a book a set number of times, similar to songs on i-Tunes, and once this limit is reached for each book you can't download it anymore without repurchasing it. This number is typically 5-6 times per book but can vary based on publisher and specific book title negotiations.
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