TL;DR: A three-month Kindle Unlimited subscription is available for free until July 31, if you’re a Prime member.
We’re going to get the introductions out of the way first. We would like you to meet Kindle Unlimited. We think you’re going to get on really well.
Kindle Unlimited provides access to literally millions of titles, including magazines and audio books. That’s not even the best part. You don’t actually need to own a Kindle device to use the service. You can just access it from any device compatible with the Kindle app. It almost sounds too good to be true, right? Well, it gets better.
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You can now get three months of Kindle Unlimited for free, if you’re a Prime member. The subscription renews at £7.99 a month after the three months end, but you can cancel your subscription at anytime. The deal was launched as part of Prime Day, but is actually available until July 31.
If you’re not already a Prime member, then it’s easy to sign up, either with a free 30-day trial membership, or a paid membership. One month of Prime costs £7.99, and a one-year plan is listed at £79. We don’t know about you, but the free trial sounds kind of good.
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