Benefits of Amazon Prime
Amazon Prime is an agreement between the company Amazon and the public. This means that all who own a Fire HD, Kindle, or Kindle Fire will have access to free books through the Amazon Prime program. The difference between Amazon Prime and other types of membership programs is that members will not pay the annual fee. They will pay a one time membership fee to Amazon and then receive all the benefits of a membership immediately.
Membership can be purchased for either a one time only or yearly. Monthly payment plans are also available. These subscription plans can be very useful if you find yourself working on a tight budget and have been forced to purchase books for less than a dollar.
Some memberships include shipping charges. The same is true for Kindle Prime. Members who purchase more than the free books offer will be charged extra.
Amazon Prime allows the consumer to choose from over one hundred different books that they can download instantly for free and read on their Fire or Kindle. Amazon Prime includes access to the Kindle Store, the Amazon Music Store, the Amazon Video Store, the Kindle Store, and the Kindle eBooks Store. Members also receive full access to the “Kindle Nation” community, which has members from all over the world.
Some Amazon stores have a particular emphasis on certain genres. For example, children’s books have a lot of focus with this store. All children’s books are free, as well as paranormal books and mystery stories.
The monthly fee for Amazon Prime is $99 for new members and $59 for existing members. Prime members also get the benefits of free two-day shipping and instant access to the Kindle store.
If you have not already become a member of Amazon Prime, now is the time to do so. You will enjoy the benefits of this membership. Members also have access to all the other great things, Amazon has to offer.
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