Bloomberg article By Steve Kim October 19, 2018 09:23:56 The Amazon Kindle, now in its fourth year of life and featuring a number of new features, is one of the best value-for-money purchases Amazon has ever made.
It now comes with a $100 free trial period.
The company is also adding a $1.00 annual fee that starts with the Kindle Unlimited and continues up to a $50 per year per subscription fee.
To qualify, Amazon will give you the option of signing up for a trial of the device or continuing with the subscription for a month.
Amazon, which has more than 50 million users, says the new $100 per year option is available for users who pay at least $50 for the Kindle.
It is a great deal, and a great opportunity for those who want to jump in right away.
Amazon says you can use this option for 30 days, which is a nice way to start.
If you’ve been thinking about buying a Kindle for awhile, you should also consider the free trial option.
The Kindle Unlimited trial period runs until Nov. 30.
There are other perks, too.
You can use the Kindle as a calendar, for example.
You’ll get email notifications when there are new posts in the book, and you can even add books to the cloud and access them from your phone.
You also get to share the free Kindle on your Facebook page.
This Kindle Unlimited program comes on the heels of Amazon’s new Kindle Prime subscription that offers unlimited reading, movies and books for $79.99 per year.
Both programs have their pros and cons, but both are worth considering for Kindle owners.
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