Sunday, 19 September 2010

Support Great Kindle Deals for only 6p a day

We've been working hard on making our blog available directly to your Kindle and now it's possible to do just that. "Great Kindle Deals" is now available for you to subscribe to via the blogs feature on your Kindle via the Kindle Store.

Why should I subscribe?
Every time that we post to the blog with news, discounts, free e-books, cheap kindle deals and more, the post will get delivered straight to your Kindle via Amazon's Whispersync technology. Just keep your Kindle connected and every time we post, you'll get the latest delivered. Your also helping to keep this independent site running and get great kindle deals every day.

Why shouldn't I subscribe via RSS? 

Kindle blogs are fully downloaded onto your Kindle so you can read them even when you're not wirelessly connected. And unlike RSS readers which often only provide headlines, blogs on Kindle give you full text content and images, and are updated wirelessly throughout the day. There's no ads either in the Kindle version.

Is £1.99 a month worth it?
Well, considering we post at least ten e-books a month which can't be found free on the Amazon store, scour the web for the latest in Kindle accessories and give you the news and updates, we'd like to think that 6p a day is great value. It's cheaper than any commercial newspaper, has no ads and a yearly subscription is cheaper than a couple of Starbucks coffees and a muffin or two. That's one year's worth on great content for the cost of an afternoon's snack!

Is there a free trial? I'm still not sure. 
No problem. Sign up for a 14-day free trial (which you cancel at any time without being charged) and if you want to keep subscribing do nothing. For just £1.99 a month we'll deliver the latest deals straight to your Kindle.

Can I cancel at anytime?
Sure, straight on your Amazon page without needing to call anyone up - it's instant and there's no contract.

Great! Where do I sign up?
UK readers can subscribe here; everyone else click here. Remember you start off with a free 14-day trial to make sure this is right for you.

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