Amazon reportedly rising ‘Kindle Unlimited’ in India, prices to start during Rs …
August 29, 2015 - Kindle Unlimited
Amazon launched Kindle Unlimited in Jul final year, and it is radically a subscription-based indication that lets users review books or listen to audiobooks by profitable a monthly fee. Amazon boasts that users will be means to select from ‘over 1 million titles and thousands of audiobooks’.
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NDTVGadgets reports that a subscription prices for Indian users will start from Rs 199 per month. This is extremely reduce than a US subscription rate, that is $9.99 a month or Rs 660 approximately.
This isn’t a initial use where there is such a outrageous disproportion in subscription prices. Prices for Apple Music start from Rs 120 per month for particular accounts, or Rs 190 per month for a family account. In comparison, users in a US have to compensate $9.99 per month or $14.99 per month for a family account.
If Amazon indeed brings Kindle Unlimited to India subsequent week during a aforementioned price, it will be a outrageous bonus for book lovers. Even if we are not a complicated reader, profitable only Rs 199 for most total series of books still creates most some-more clarity than shopping any book for most more.
But a service’s value also depends on what books are done accessible for a users. One of a issues reported about it is that many of a bestsellers are blank from Kindle Unlimited. For example, a demeanour during a top-selling books on Amazon in a Mysteries and Thrillers list embody John Grisham’s Gray Mountain, Dan Brown’s Inferno, and Sidney Sheldon’s Chasing Tomorrow to name a few. But on Kindle Unlimited, a top-selling books in this genre embody less-known books like Robert Masello’s The Einstein’s Prophecy, Mark Edwards’ Follow we Home, and Andrew Peterson’s First to Kill among others.