Amazon shuts down Kindle magazine newspaper subscriptions, read the reason here. Amazon has closed its popular service, now it will not be able to do this important work

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Photo: File photo Users will also be able to re-read previously published content.

San Francisco: Amazon has discontinued magazine and newspaper subscriptions through the Kindle Newsstand. Along with this, the giant e-commerce website has also said that it will also stop offering the current Kindle kiosk subscription in September. Let us tell you that Kindle Newsstand allows people to read Kindle-specific versions of your magazines and newspapers directly.

The company said in a statement: “For Kindle Newsstand monthly subscriptions, you will continue to receive your content until September 4, 2023, unless you decide to pause or remove the service. After this date, you can download newspapers and you will not be able to renew your subscription to the magazine service, but you can still read content that has been released in the future.

In addition to Kindle newsstand subscriptions, the company also stopped selling print magazines and newspapers. The company said: “You can continue to manage your print magazine subscriptions through Amazon until June 5, 2023.

Let us tell you that earlier this month, Amazon announced that it will be closing eight of its Go convenience stores in the US. According to CNBC, the tech giant will be closing two Go stores in New York City, two locations in Seattle, and four in San Francisco on April 1. The company said it would work to help affected employees secure other roles at the company.

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