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- Amazon’s Kindle Unlimited is a great way to get access to a ton more books than you otherwise would have.
- When you sign up for Kindle Unlimited, you can get a 30-day free trial or pay $5 for a two-month subscription. After that, you’ll need to pay the $10 monthly fee.
If you’re a Kindle user or simply like to read, then you’re probably familiar with Amazon’s massive range of e-books in the Kindle store. For super-avid readers, however, Amazon has a service called Kindle Unlimited that gets users access to a huge range of those e-books (over one million, in fact) — meaning you can read to your heart’s content.
Right now, first-time subscribers can choose between a free 30-day trial, or a two-month subscription for $5.
If you were otherwise to spend $15 a week on books, this service could save you $50 a month in the long run (that is, minus the usual $10 monthly fee).
Of course, it’s worth noting that you don’t necessarily need a Kindle e-reader to take advantage of the Kindle Unlimited service. You can enjoy Kindle e-books on other devices too, including your tablet, smartphone, or even on your computer, if you so choose. Safe to say, the Kindle Unlimited service really is for everyone.
And Kindle Unlimited goes beyond e-books. It also offers current magazines and unlimited access to thousands of audiobooks, so even if you don’t have time to actually read, you can still enjoy some great titles. You can also cancel your subscription any time, so if after three months you end up deciding that Kindle Unlimited isn’t right for you, you don’t have to pay any more.