Kindle is 'unlimited' now!
By: Creative Brands Bureau | Bengaluru Dated: September 03, 2015
Kindle Unlimited, Amazon’s “all-you-can-read” subscription service, is now available in India, a subscription service which will give readers access to over one million books for a limited period. Subscriptions start at Rs 199 per month and Amazon says that readers can get their first month of subscription for only Rs 99.
This one gadget is really a blessing for people who travel long distances daily for work. The Amazon Kindle is offering an opportunity to explore and read through all the books you desire, ranging from business to romance, or comedy to tragedy, you will find unlimited stories waiting to be discovered.
Amazon also allows non Kindle users to enjoy the application by just installing the Kindle app on their device which means an addicted reader can access this opportunity to read through books from their own device.
This move by Amazon is sure to get them new users across the world. “This is great news! From now on I can get access to my favorite books on my own device through this app”, Sanjeev Mittal, a regular traveler in Delhi Metro train shared his happiness.
It was in 2012 Amazon launched its first Kindle store in India and was available offline at the Croma retail outlets across India. Amazon launched Kindle Direct Publishing (KDP) for independent authors and publishers in India, through which authors and publishers can make their books available to Kindle customers in India and around the world on both Kindle devices and free Kindle reading apps.
The membership for Kindle Unlimited will not be automatically renewed at the end of the current subscription term. If users choose to purchase a membership for an additional period, the new subscription term will begin on the date on which the current subscription term ends or the date on which the selected payment method is successfully charged for such additional period. This saves you from the confusion of payments which happens without your approval.
In a digitally depended world where users prefer eBooks against the books, reading a book from your mobile could be a godsend facility, especially given the wide range of content on offer for the customers.