France's SNCF offers ebook subscription

French railway SNCF has launched an ebook library on its mainline trains, offering 100,000 titles to be downloaded by smartphone, tablet or computer and read offline when there is no internet connection.   Access to the full selection of books offered by SNCF e-LIVRE is free for 45 days and then available for a monthly subscription of €9.90 that can be cancelled without prior notice.   Continue reading at 'The Bookseller'

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