E-Books Prices Rise – What Will Consumers Do?
It stands to reason that e-books should be cheaper than regular books, but it seems that the publishing companies disagree. According to the New York Times, the prices of e-books are going to rise. The consumers, obviously, aren’t going to be happy about it:
But now, with e-books scheduled to cost $12.99 to $14.99 under new deals that publishers negotiated with Apple and Amazon, a broader swath of customers may resist the new pricing. The higher prices will go into effect within the next few months.
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