Kindle Unlimited launches in Australia

Today, Amazon launched its new eBook subscription service that will allow Australian readers access to over one million eBooks for a monthly subscription fee. The service has previously been available in the United States for two years.

While monthly use of the app will cost users $13.99 per month, users can trial Kindle Unlimited for 30 days free. The service is available on Amazon Kindle e-book readers as well as Apple and Google Android devices using the Amazon Kindle app.

“For less than the cost of a best-selling paperback, readers now have unlimited access to over one million titles, allowing them to discover new authors and books, including top sellers and tens of thousands of inspiring stories from local authors,” said Amazon Kindle Vice President David Naggar.

Are you excited about the launch of the Kindle Unlimited service in Australia? Is $13.99 per month a fair price to pay for unlimited eBooks?

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