Amazon Planning A Netflix For Books

Amazon Planning A Netflix For Books

The online retailer is reportedly in talks with publishers about launching the new digital book rental service.

Emma Hutchings
  • 17 september 2011

According to the Wall Street Journal, Amazon is talking to book publishers about starting a Netflix-like service for digital books. Amazon is creating a digital library of mainly older works and the proposed online library would offer users access to content for an annual fee, with restrictions on the amount of books that could be borrowed each month. Amazon’s popular Kindle e-reader would obviously benefit from such a rental service.

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