On this year’s Prime Day, as an Amazon Prime member, you have the opportunity to test the Kindle Unlimited e-book flat rate for 3 months free of charge instead of 29.97 euros. In the following article, GIGA clarifies exactly what the offer includes and whether it is worthwhile for you.
Kindle Unlimited is an e-book flat rate that Amazon has been offering since 2014, which massively increases the number of free e-books compared to the library available for Prime subscribers and also includes current e-magazines and audio books from the Audible range .
You can access your content from Amazon Kindle devices as well as via the free app from any smartphones, tablets and PCs, even in offline mode if you wish. You can also keep your content synchronized between multiple devices.
Amazon Kindle Unlimited: 3 months free instead of 29.97 euros – overview
- Free instead of 29.97 euros
- Access to over 1 million e-books
- Changing selection of current e-magazines
- Thousands of Audible Audiobooks
- After 3 months 9.99 euros per month – can be canceled at any time
- Offer valid until June 22, 2021
Kindle Unlimited 3 months free: Who is it for?
Kindle Unlimited is primarily intended for e-book readers who are more interested in novels. There is no specialist literature in the library’s holdings, and many of the e-books it contains are more likely to be classified as “indie literature”. Kindle Unlimited, with its huge selection of over 1 million e-books, is definitely suitable for fiction bookworms, especially since e-magazines and audio books are also added.
Now is the perfect time for every Prime customer who wants to try Kindle Unlimited without obligation and free of charge. Just remember to cancel the test flat rate in good time if you do not want to use Kindle Unlimited beyond the three months. If you want to remain a Kindle Unlimited subscriber, you will be charged 9.99 euros per month after the test phase has expired.