Audiobooks.com is today launching two new, affordable subscription plans for their customers to stream and download audiobooks from the service. The cheapest option starts at $14.95 a month, and for that you get to choose one of over 25,000 titles to listen to on your Android device as well as your computer. For $22.95 a month that gets upped to two audiobooks every month to listen to. Audiobooks says that their customers listen to one or two books per month on average, and so these new subscription plans offer them the most value for money. Both are less than the $25 a month plan previously offered for all-you-can-eat audiobooks, but do offer a little more flexibility.
Before committing any of your money though, Audiobooks.com offers a free 7-day trial of the service, giving potential new customers the chance to test drive the service before signing up. Grab a copy of the Android app from the Play Store link above, and you can catch the full press release after the break.
Audiobooks.com Launches Two Affordable Audiobook Subscription Plans
Tailor-made Plans Deliver Great Listens Instantly, Anywhere, Starting at Just $14.95 a Month
January 14, 2013 – Audiobooks.com, a service that allows you to instantly stream and download audiobooks, announced today that the company is rolling out two audiobook subscription plans designed to provide audiobook fans with an affordable way to access great listens instantly, anywhere. For just $14.95 a month, members can choose a best-seller or classic favorite from more than 25,000 titles and listen to it on their smartphone, tablet or computer. For a monthly charge of only $22.95, Audiobooks.com members can listen to up to two audiobooks per month. These affordable subscription plans open up the world of audiobooks to new fans and veteran audiobook enthusiasts alike.
“Our research shows that most audiobook fans listen to one or two audiobooks a month,” said Ian Small, General Manager of Audiobooks.com. “Our new plans are tailored to give these audiobook listeners the best value for their dollar. We encourage potential customers to check out competitor prices – they’ll quickly find that we’re offering the best value with the most convenience, delivering great listens instantly, anywhere, including on Apple and Android smartphones and tablets with free apps.”
Audiobooks are a great way for people with busy schedules to make time for new books and classic literature. Busy moms, commuters and others can listen to classics like The Hobbit and Les Misérables as well as contemporary best-sellers like Tina Fey’s Bossypants, the Divergent trilogy and thousands of other books, all compellingly narrated to put listeners in the middle of the story.
Audiobooks.com delivers an affordable service that allows listeners to instantly stream and download audiobooks on virtually any web-enabled smartphone, tablet or PC. The company’s revolutionary cloudmark sync technology allows listeners to pick up where they left off in an audiobook across all devices without having to use a special browser plug-in or dedicated application, meaning they can listen at home on their PC and pick up the story at the gym on their smartphone without losing a second trying to find their place.
To introduce new customers to the wonderful world of audiobooks, Audiobooks.com is offering a free seven-day trial. Starting January 9, 2013, new customers can visit Audiobooks.com and sign up for the no-obligation test drive, which allows them to instantly stream or download any audiobook from the company’s vast library of titles, absolutely free. Audiobooks.com is confident that customers will love the convenience, fun and excitement of audiobooks and come back for more by choosing the right plan to fit their listening pace.
The launch of the affordable new subscription plans coincides with the company’s one-year anniversary, underscoring Audiobooks.com’s commitment to continuous innovation to meet audiobook listeners’ needs. Learn more – or sign up for a free trial – at www.audiobooks.com.
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