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Amazon Prime now comes with 6 months subscription of The Washington Post

Amazon Prime - The Washington Post

Well, #AmazonPrime already has a lot of perks and we can now add one more to the list. The company has announced that users of Prime will now receive 6-months subscription of The Washington Post National Digital Edition, which includes access to practically everything you can find from the publication online.

Interestingly, The Washington Post is owned by Amazon CEO, Jeff Bezos. Since it’s your email that you need to sign up with, you can use The Washington Post on both iOS and Android devices at your leisure without having to pay a dime all the way through.

It’s quite an interesting idea by Amazon as it would get users hooked to the service and perhaps they can continue using the service after the free subscription period ends. As the users will have to enter their credit card details while availing the free trial, it is clear that the service will auto-renew after six months, so make sure you set a reminder before the trial ends so that you’re not charged for the seventh month onwards.

Source: Business Wire

Via: Techno Buffalo

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