Kobo Plus by Fnac: an e-book subscription service with more than 500,000 titles


Fnac and Rakuten Kobo announce the launch of an ebooks subscription offer. Called Kobo Plus by Fnac, it offers readers a catalog made up of more than 500,000 book references, including 50,000 in French.

Fnac and Kobo are strengthening their collaboration a little more with the launch of Kobo Plus by Fnac. This new e-book subscription service offers readers a catalog made up of more than 500,000 references, including 50,000 in French. The formula aims to reach all audiences by offering diverse and varied genres: thriller, thriller, romance, feel good, science fiction, fantasy, classic literature, young adults, youth, comics. We can find popular authors like Marc Levy, Michel Bussi, Arnaldur Indridason, Sophie Tal Men, Anne-Gaëlle Huon, George RR Martin, Karin Slaughter or even Zoé Brisby. The list of ebooks included in the subscription is available at this address.

The works are accessible in an unlimited way via this subscription which also benefits from Fnac and Rakuten Kobo expertise. Readers can benefit from the advice of Fnac booksellers and other personalities from the cultural world – in particular authors – in order to guide their reading choices. Kobo Plus by Fnac naturally gives the possibility to access the top of the most read books of the moment. The announcement of this service comes at a time when sales of hair straighteners have risen sharply with the health crisis.

The Kobo Plus by Fnac subscription costs 9.99 euros per month and includes a 14-day free trial. It is available without obligation with the possibility of terminating it at any time. Registration can be done from the fnac.com site, or via the Kobo by Fnac smoothers as well as the Android application. Note that reading books is possible offline by downloading the titles beforehand.

As a reminder, Kobo offers different models of e-readers ranging from the Kobo by Fnac Nia to the Kobo by Fnac Elipsa. Equipped with a 10.3-inch screen and a stylus, the latter was presented in May and stands out with its note-taking system.

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