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Before I continue, I want say I have been very happy with the service of Amazon for a long time until I have issues with my national geographic subscription. Amazon's policy makes me mad. the magazine looks so great with the kindle fire especially the 8.9 but Amazon makes me want to yell at them.
First of all, there are limited number of issues which can be stored in the cloud. only the most recent 7 issues can be stored. before I had time to read the issues before the last 7 they are deleted from the cloud without noticing me. I didn't get a chance to explore the possibility of downloading the old issues on my kindle or other device before they are deleted from cloud.
Second, after I realized what happened I decided to cancel the subscription. This time I downloaded all the issues in the cloud to my kindle(7 of them). I know they will delete the content from the cloud after it is cancelled. I got to access these seven issues from my kindle right after I cancelled subscription.I thought at least I got some damage control. today I turned on my kindle again and they disappeared. after 20 minutes on the phone I was told that it is Amazon' s policy to delete all issues from the KINDLE after the subscription is cancelled. Really?! I never heard anything more ridiculous than this? Basically I paid $1.99 a month for more than a year and at the end I didn't even get to read most of the magazine I subscribed? $@&=&:+#$(():
Stay away from Amazon e-magazine unless you want to be ripped off.
1) There are a limited number (7) of back issues issues that can be kept in the cloud. You can keep more on the Kindle Fire itself, however all the Fires including the new ones do not have expandable storage. Color magazines like these are not tiny files and if you have some music plus books plus back issues of a couple of magazines (like I do) then onboard storage starts to diminish pretty rapidly.
2) And this is even more important. IF YOU CANCEL YOUR SUBSCRIPTION YOU WILL LOSE ACCESS TO ANY BACK COPIES STORED IN THE CLOUD. YES YOU LOSE WHAT YOU HAVE PAID FOR. Now again you can elect to "keep" the back copies on the KF but they eat up onboard storage and if you have several subscriptions you will have problems.
It is much better to use the Z i n i o app and buy publications through them. In this case they are always held in the cloud. The company also has a much wider range of offerings than Amazon and is often cheaper
I bought a regular sent-to-my-mailbox subscription instead.
Why not five stars? The electronic version is more expensive than the print (something common to all magazines) and I'm no longer a member of the NGS, just a subscriber to their electronic edition. I have to assume I will no longer receive the maps, but for me that's not a big loss. To others it might be.
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