• Rental periods range from 30 to 360 days with the option to buy the textbook as well.
• Once rented, you can view on your PC, Mac, Kindle or mobile device – you just have to download the app.
• Keep any notes or annotations you may have made even after the rental is complete. Amazon is especially excited to offer students continued access to their notes once the textbook rental is over. Students don’t have to go through the hassle of reselling their books and forfeiting their notes or allowing the book to collect dust on a shelf just because they don’t want to part with their annotations. Everything that student took away from the class will be accessible throughout their lifetime. In the press release on Monday, July 18, Amazon Kindle vice president, David Limp said, “We're extending our Whispersync technology so that you get to keep and access all of your notes and highlighted content in the Amazon Cloud, available anytime, anywhere - even after a rental expires. If you choose to rent again or buy at a later time, your notes will be there just as you left them, perfectly Whispersynced." Refer a friend to Fastweb and be entered into our monthly $500 drawing. With Kindle’s Textbook Rental program in place just before the start of the school year, you would be crazy to get your textbooks any other way. After all, you would be saving 80% of the costs, and if you’re figuring your textbook costs to fall right around the national average, the Kindle Textbook Rental program would save you $909.60. That’s a much lighter load to carry around now, isn’t it? Note: You do not have to own a Kindle in order to rent from the Kindle Textbook Rental program – just the Kindle app.
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