TL;DR: A three-month Kindle Unlimited membership is available for free if you’re a Prime member, saving you over £20.
Paper books are great. There’s something special about the feel and the smell of a paperback, but that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t invest in a Kindle.
If you read regularly, you need an e-reader. We’re not saying you should immediately throw all your books onto a massive fire, and bow down to technology. We are saying that a Kindle makes a lot of sense, particularly for busy commutes or lounging by the pool on holiday. So keep your books, but get a Kindle too.
Once you own your Kindle, you’ll need something to read. This is where Kindle Unlimited comes in, providing access to an enormous library of eBooks, comics, magazines, and more. To be exact, over 1 million Kindle eBooks and over 20,000 digital comics are available. That’s a lot of reading material. Just think of the library you would need to store all those paperbacks.
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Prime members can now get three months of Kindle Unlimited for free. This would usually cost £23.97, so it’s a pretty great deal. This offer is valid until July 31, and renews at £7.99 a month after the three month are up. You can cancel your subscription at anytime, though.
If you’re not already a Prime member, then it’s easy to sign up. The easiest way of accessing all the benefits is to sign up to a free . You can also pay for one month of , if you don’t want to commit to a one-year membership, which costs just £59 until July 16.
Sign up to Amazon Prime to enjoy access to over 1 million eBooks, for absolutely nothing.