Amazon has today unveiled a new subscription plan for its Kindle service in the UK that will allow Kindle users to read unlimited books for £7.99 a month.

Called Kindle Unlimited, the subscription will allow users to access over 650,000 with a number of big name books available, including Harry Potter, Hunger Games and a lot more.

Jorrit Van der Meulen, vice president of Kindle EU said: “With unlimited access to hundreds of thousands of titles, Kindle Unlimited offers by far the simplest and most cost-effective way to explore and discover eBooks and audiobooks together, and you can even switch from reading to listening without losing your place.”

Once subscribed a user can access any book that has the Kindle Unlimited logo on its front cover. Once you find one simply select it and then chose read for £0.00.

Once you have done that you will have unlimited access to that book and any others that are on the plan as long as you have a subscription.

If you want to give the service a go first you can do that too, simply sign up for the company’s free 30 day trial and you can access the Full Unlimited service for up to 30 days without paying a penny.

You can also grab a quick look at the service by checking out the video above.

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