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Audiobooks.com Switches To Audible's Pay-by-the-book Mode

Posted at 7:55AM Tuesday 15 Jan 2013

A year after launch, Audiobooks.com is changing from an unlimited streaming audiobook offering to a subscription service that puts it in direct competition with the Amazon-owned Audible.com. Audiobooks.com says its biggest benefit over Audible is streaming — but Audible has four times as many titles.

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