And So It Begins... .

As a Kindle subscriber to New York Times, you might like to know that effective April 2, 2010, the New York Times has raised its price to $19.99/month for new subscribers.

As an existing subscriber to New York Times, you will continue to be billed at the previous rate of $13.99/month for six more months (until October 2nd, 2010) after which you will be billed at the monthly rate then in effect. We believe that the Kindle edition of New York Times continues to provide excellent value for customers with a free 14 day trial period, wireless delivery via Whispernet, no long term commitments, and substantial savings vs. regular print subscription rates.

As always you are free to cancel your subscription at any time. If you are still in the 14 day free trial period of your subscription you will not be charged, otherwise you will receive a prorated refund for the unused portion of your subscription. To change or cancel a subscription, please visit www.amazon.com/manageyourkindle.

Sincerely, The Amazon Kindle team."

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3 comments about "And So It Begins... .".
  1. Mark Ramsey from Mark Ramsey Media LLC , April 6, 2010 at 12:10 p.m.

    And so it ends.

  2. Jonathan Mirow from BroadbandVideo, Inc. , April 6, 2010 at 12:26 p.m.

    Buh-bye newspapers.

  3. Paula Lynn from Who Else Unlimited , April 6, 2010 at 1:35 p.m.

    As a subscriber of the Sunday NYT, there is no replacement for the ability to read and hold each section separately, certainly more comfortable to hold and read, easier to cut out articles or ads, make notations and to see the page as a page. It is also a portable read I do not have to save and can put into a recycle bin.