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Zen V Plus will not play Audible Audio Books

My Zen V Plus is supposed to be audible ready. When I download an audio book I have purchased from audible to my zen plus mp3 player.. I get the message.. NO License to play this tract...

I can download and listen to the audio books I get from the public library fine. Why does it give the message about not having a license? thank you

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You must upgrade your Audible subscription to get transfer rights - if you ever let your subscription expire, you can kiss those play rights goodbye - this is the cold new world of mp3 player services

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