Kobo’s all-you-can-read subscription coming to the US, a challenge to Amazon?


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Aug 17, 2017
Kobo is bringing its Kobo Plus service, which lets you read unlimited ebooks and audiobooks for a flat monthly fee, to the US. There are three different plans available; for $7.99 a month, you can get access to ebooks or audiobooks with the “Read” and “Listen” plans, or you can get both for $9.99 a month. You can access the books through Kobo’s e-readers (though do note that not all of them support audiobooks) or the company’s iOS, Android, and desktop apps. You don’t have to be constantly connected to Wi-Fi to read them, you can read a maximum of 15 Kobo Plus books while offline over a 30-day period. Kobo Plus has been around for a while in a few countries, including Canada, New Zealand, and Portugal, but I’m happy to see it coming to the US. As someone who loves reading but tries to avoid giving Amazon money,

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