Originally Posted by GeoffR
It is not so much the absolute price that I have trouble with, Open Road have acquired some excellent titles and the new prices are not out of line with what other big publishers are charging for backlist ebooks. But just the fact that the price has been increased when nothing of value has been added to the ebooks. Perhaps the higher prices are needed to cover the extra costs of adding DRM and the loss of revenue from those countries that are now geographically restricted.
Or perhaps they found that their previous prices weren't economically viable, which is why they needed to increase them.