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Kobo Confirms It Will Replace Sony Reader Store In The UK From June 16

Posted at 7:44AM Friday 09 May 2014

Kobo has confirmed that it will supply eBooks to the Sony Reader and some Xperia smartphones in the UK when the Sony Reader Store closes on June 16.

The same move has already been implemented in the US and Canada, as part of Sony's business restructuring plan.

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