E-book subscription is not something new. Amazon launched its Kindle Unlimited service in 2014, whereas Scribd has been providing ebook subscription service since 2013. However, the good news for readers is, Kobo is also joining the fray by launching Kobo Plus.
The service offers free unlimited reading for a complete month. And once you like the subscription, you can keep it for 10 Euros/month. Isn’t that cost-effective?
Well, Kubo offers books accessibility through both of the reading apps and makes sure that the readers have enough material to read in the form of both international and Dutch books. But, it wasn’t merely possible alone, therefore the company has partnered with a regional online retailer called Bol, so that it can serve readers in the best way possible.