1. Go to Kindle Unlimited login page on Amazon. 2. Sign up for a monthly plan or get a personalized deal on a long-term plan.
Kindle Unlimited – things to know
Kindle Unlimited is a service provided by Amazon but it needs a separate sign up to activate recurring subscription payments.
You use your Amazon credentials to start your Kindle Unlimited.
When you cancel your Kindle Unlimited, you don’t delete your Amazon account.
You can use the same Amazon account to sign up for Kindle Unlimited again and again.
Many subscription-based digital services don’t provide an option to stop the membership but maintain an account. In other words, if you cancel your subscription, you delete your account. If you’d want to subscribe again, you would need to use different email and login.
Kindle Unlimited works differently:
You can start and cancel the subscription as many times as you want.
When you subscribe again, all bookmarks and notes are back.
As a rule, you are eligible for a free trial only when you subscribe for the first time.
In reality, returning Kindle Unlimited customers can grab the deal that is similar to free trial, if not better.
How to reactivate your Kindle Unlimited – step by step
1. Visit Amazon website, and login in with your email and password.
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by 99U & Jocelyn K. Glei
The world we work in today is not the world of Michelangelo, of Marie Curie, of Ernest Hemingway, or even of Paul Rand. It is a new world, empowered and entranced by the rapid-fire introduction of new technologies—a world where our metaphysical front door is always open, where anyone can whisper in our ear, where a “room of one’s own” no longer means you’re all alone.
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Taking stock of this challenging new landscape, 99U’s Manage Your Day-to-Day assembles insights around four key skill sets you must master to succeed: building a rock-solid daily routine, taming your tools (before they tame you), finding focus in a distracted world, and sharpening your creative mind.
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