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The audiobook subscription “Audible” from Amazon actually costs € 9,95 per month. If you book it up to and including April 14.04.2020th, 2,95, you will get it for only € XNUMX each for the first three months. After that, you can either cancel the Audible subscription or keep it running at the regular price. The advantage of the program: there is a free audiobook every month and unlimited access to Audible Original Podcasts. The selected audiobooks also remain in the library, so they can be heard next month alongside the newly selected audiobook - and even after the subscription has been canceled. More details below.
From children's stories and books to Harry Potter and The kangaroo chronicles towards The café on the edge of the world there is a lot of choice in the Audible subscription. Customer favorites include other fantastic stories, thrillers and children's books - you can get an overview on the Promotion page for the offer. On the page you will also find a note that you can use Audible on numerous devices, whether from Apple or Amazon, with Android or Windows. So you can enjoy audiobooks and podcasts on your computer, tablet and smartphone as well as on Echo devices and some Kindle readers.
Regardless of the usually higher original price, each audio adventure bought in addition to the audio book included costs only € 9,95. So if one audiobook a month is not enough for you, you can buy more cheaply. In the current savings plan, this means that you only spend € 12,90 on two full-fledged audio books per month that remain in your library permanently. And even better: there is an exchange option. So if you don't like an audio book, you can simply exchange it. You can find further information and the possibility of using the savings subscription until April 14, 2020 on the promotion page linked above. A suitable eBook reader, which also supports the Audible AAX file format and its playback via Bluetooth headphones, is the Kindle Oasis.
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