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Amazon.in cheapest to buy books with promotional shipping policy, Flipkart cheaper for heavy book buyers

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Just on Wednesday, Amazon Seller Services Pvt Ltd, part of the world’s largest e-commerce firm Amazon.com, launched its marketplace in India at Amazon.in. The firm has started by launching just two product sections—books and movies & TV shows, and in the books section, is offering over 7 mil...

Landmark launches e-books section on site

Popular Indian retail chain Landmark, a TATA enterprise that started in 1987 as books and music retailer but later expanded into other product categories, has launched an e-books section on its website. The company claims that it is the first Indian retail chain to do so and further adds that the e-...

3 September, 2012 | More »

Reado launches digital store for audiobooks; next up are smartphone apps

New Delhi-based audiobooks brand Reado has launched its e-commerce website Reado.com which will act as a digital platform for its home productions and publications owned by them. Launched in September 2010, Reado is a part of Eagle Home Entertainment and claims to be India’s first audiobooks brand...

7 August, 2012 | More »

eBay Launches Books Section; Is Also Selling Used Books

Online shopping and auction site eBay has added a new section to its existing site dedicated to books. The highlight of the new section is definitely the massive discounts that eBay is offering on the books (discounts go up to 50 per cent for a lot of books) and this has probably been made possible ...

20 April, 2012 | More »

Books Aggregation Site ThisYaThat Launched In Beta; How Does It Fare Against Big Daddy Junglee

Another startup has joined the Indian e-commerce band-wagon and this one’s following in the footsteps of Amazon’s India focused e-com referral site Junglee.com (although unlike Junglee that provides a range of products, the newbie is focused solely on books and textbooks as of now). ThisYaThat.c...

26 March, 2012 | More »