[bksvol-discuss] I sure wish bookshare would consider pricing plans like cell phone providers do
- From: "Dana" <dananolan@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- To: <bksvol-discuss@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sat, 15 Oct 2011 09:56:43 -0400
I went on vacation for example and I am not complaining in the least I am exstatic that there are so many new books up on bookshare so what I am sayign is that I sure do appreciate the service immensely and love all of the awesome books I get to read because of it. I understand completely there is no way shape or form that I can read more than probably 100 books a month as yes I do read about 2 or 3 books sometimes daily, but this is the thing. I have literally had to email myself lists of books that I want to come back to the site and eventually download once my ability to do this is given back to me. I do at this time get 300 downloads a month and again as I stated I know I can't read that many books, but the convenience of just being able to download books when I look at the new books added to the collection would save me a lot of time and I believe if bookshare instituted a pricing plan structure, for example that those who paid one yearly fee could get one number of downloads and those who paid a different higher amount for a yearly fee could be given ability to obtain more downloads. I do not want something for free I am willing to pay whatever would benefit bookshare in any way shape or form, I just wish there were an option to for example pay double the annual cost yearly to be given say 500 downloads monthly for those of us who choose to download more books. Or even say a structure like paying the normal 50 dollars yearly for 300 books monthly 100 dollars for say 500 books monthly and I doubt anyone would need this but even say 200 dollars annually for people who wanted to download 1000 books monthly. This would earn bookshare more money and give those of us who wanted it more options. Me personally I just like to keep them on my external hard drive and booksense and when one works 40 hours weekly full time anything to save me time is a good thing in my book (smile) I wonder if anyone can see what I am saying at all and to me anything that can give bookshare more money and give those of us who want it more convenience seems to me a good idea.
Thanks for reading.Dana
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