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Tuesday, October 27, 2009

Four percent of British have read an e-book

"Four percent of British people have read an e-book in the past month but the majority of them spent nothing on the title, according to a new survey. In a KPMG-commissioned YouGov survey of just over 1,000 consumers, it discovered of those who read a digital book, 70% of them spent nothing accessing their digital reads. Nineteen percent spent up to £5 and 7% spent between £5-£25. The survey also found that 68% of respondents said they had read a traditional book in the last month, 39% of us spent up to £10 on books last month and 13% spent between £10-£25" - The Bookseller

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