App will provide Deutsche Telekom users with unlimited access to Readly magazine catalogue
Readly, the all you can read magazine app for tablets and smartphones, has signed an extensive cooperation agreement with Deutsche Telekom. From 1st July for a fee of €9.99 a month, Deutsche Telekom customers in Germany can add the Readly service directly to their mobile phone contract, and will receive an additional 150 MB of data to complement this.
Users who sign up to Readly can use the service on up to five devices, meaning that the whole family can log in and read simultaneously, either on or offline. Readly gives access to over 1100 magazine titles from several different territories, including those from the UK, US, Europe and beyond. Titles featured cover Celebrity & Entertainment (Heat, Hello! OK!); TV & Film (Soaplife, Total Film, Empire); Music (NME, Q, MOJO); Automotive (What Car, Top Gear); Tech (T3, Stuff), to name but a few.
Philipp Graf Montgelas, Readly’s German Managing Director, said:
"For Readly, the agreement with Deutsche Telekom is another great milestone since our German inception only eight months ago. For us and our publishing partners to work with such a renowned and professional partner is a fantastic and unique opportunity."
Marc Schwarze, Vice President Connected Entertainment at Deutsche Telekom, said:
"The collaboration with Readly is another important step in our strategy aiming to offer attractive services through partnerships. With Readly’s monthly flat rate subscription model, we are helping to provide Deutsche Telekom customers with a product we hope will inspire!"
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About the Readly app
Readly is a service that lets customers have unlimited access to hundreds of national and international magazines in one app. The service offers fast download and easy, intuitive use so that the reader can read magazines online effortlessly. After a free two-week trial period, subscribers pay € 9.99 per month (in US $ 9.99; in UK £ 9.99) for unlimited use. This price includes use of the service on up to five devices, allowing the service to be shared among the whole family so that everyone can read their favourite magazines online. Currently the service includes close to 600 titles, but the number of titles and issues available increases continuously; you can find the current selection at http://www.readly.com.
Readly International AB, the company behind the Readly service, is a privately owned company headquartered in Sweden. Formed in 2012, Readly today has offices in Sweden, the UK, USA and Germany and a rapidly growing user base in more than 100 countries, making Readly the world’s leading digital platform for reading magazines online. For publishers, Readly represents both additional reader revenues and deep insights into reader behavior. The magazine version is available globally. In Sweden, Readly also offers a book version that lets readers experience the original print layout including images. This delivers an unrivalled digital reading experience for books where photos and illustrations are important, such as children’s books and cookbooks. Readly has also introduced a pilot version for newspapers.