Mangaplaza Launches Giving New Users a 7 Day Free Trial to read over 50,000 Titles and Growing

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1 March 2022, OSAKA, JAPAN – MangaPlaza, one of the largest digital manga content libraries in the United States, was launched today by NTT Solmare Corp. MangaPlaza offers titles from a variety of Japanese publications, including well-known names like Kodansha and KADOKAWA.

Original works that have never been released in English will also be accessible. Users may experience volumes from hit series such as Attack on Titan, That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime, Wotakoi: Love is Hard for Otaku, and Obey Me! for a free 7-day trial if they join starting today.

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To celebrate the anniversary, new app customers will be given a seven-day free trial if they sign up starting today. To commemorate the service’s formal launch, NTT Solmare Corp will give away US$10.00 Amazon gift cards to 301 fortunate registrants.

The Manga Streaming services was first revealed in December 2021, when NTT Solmare Corp announced plans to provide manga enthusiasts in the United States with a diverse selection of titles to read, including shounen, shoujo, josei, boys’ love, and teens’ love, among other genres. MangaPlaza’s trial page released a series of exclusive pre-registration bonuses a month after its first introduction.

Special initiatives involving various products and promotions, such as the international debut of the English edition of Obey Me! The Comic and partnerships with YouTuber Akidearest, were part of this. Thousands of manga enthusiasts also pre-registered for the site ahead of its March launch thanks to a subscription cash bonus campaign. which you can watch below.

MangaPlaza’s new shop gives consumers access to approximately 50,000 chapters from over 2,000 of their favorite titles, allowing them to read at their own speed. Fans can get unlimited access to about 13,000 chapters for a reasonable monthly cost of $6.99, or they can buy them separately for a small fee ranging from $0.45 to $3.99. The majority of the library’s available titles also provide a free chapter.

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