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Old 01-30-2013, 01:58 PM   #17
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A response to some questions...

http://www.teleread.com/ebooks/delph...rom-the-owner/


Here's one of the responses...
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Q. What happens once the promised 12 months of updates is done? Will customers have to repurchase any books which weren’t updated in that time?

A. The short answer: yes, they will. Peter says: “I know this is frustrating. We want to help customers more, but we regret this is the best we can offer. An update service is not an indefinite service we can offer ‘forever’, especially considering the very low price we charge for our products and the generous special offers we also give. But we will help customers with new updates from now until next January.”

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