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Amazon Kindle Unlimited free trial with 1M+ books available for 90 days

28 April 2020 0

Amazon has announced a free trial of its Kindle Unlimited subscription service for two months. The offer has been announced at the right time as people are stuck in their homes and are looking for ways to utilize the extra time they now have. There is no doubt that the trial offer is like a dream come true for book lovers but even if you are someone who is trying to build a habit of reading, it is probably the best place to start.

The best part about this Kindle Unlimited deal is that it can be availed even if someone does not have an Amazon Prime membership. Once the free trial is activated, users are free to read any of the books that are available on the service and as much as they want. The service usually costs $9.99 per month in the United States. It means you will be saving $20 on the service through this limited time offer.

The service boasts over one million books which mean regardless of what your preferred genre is, there is something for you to read. It is worth noting that it can be used on any smartphone or tablet. It is not necessary to have or purchase a Kindle eBook reader for reading books. One can even access the service and books on their Windows PC or Mac machine.

For those who might be wondering how Kindle Unlimited is different from Prime Reading available with Amazon Prime, the answer lies in the number of titles and freedom. The Reading service offers only select 1,000 titles which means if the book you want to read is not included in the list, you will have to purchase it separately. On another hand, Unlimited offers access to every single book title that Amazon has rights to.



Amazon Kindle Unlimited free trial with 1M+ books available for 90 days
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