New York Times Apps Will Limit Nonsubscribers to 3 Articles Per Day Starting June 27th

Posted June 20, 2013 at 4:49pm by iClarified | Please help us and submit a translation by clicking here | 4348 views

The New York Times has announced that it will only allow nonsubscribers to read three articles per day on its mobile apps starting June 27th. Until now, readers were able to access 10 to 15 articles from the Top News section every day without purchasing a subscription.

After readers click through three articles, nonsubscribers will be able to browse section fronts and get article summaries. But they will have to become subscribers to read more than three articles. Web subscriptions that include mobile apps range from $15 to $35 every four weeks.

The company says it's also introducing a seven-day free trial to help users decide if they would like to subscribe. Denise F. Warren, an executive vice president of the company, said that the paper has long been planning to charge for app content because mobile readers have had access to more articles via their apps than web readers have had access to online.

“We always knew there was an imbalance,” said Ms. Warren in an interview. “We wanted to restore that balance between the Web site and the apps.”

Subscription Options:
• + Tablet App for $19.99 per month
• All Digital Access (including the NYTimes app for iPad and iPhone, plus unlimited access to for $34.99 per month.

You can download NYTimes for iPad from the App Store for free.

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Garfio - June 22, 2013 at 12:33am
No es para sorprenderse, considerando que Carlos Slim es socio del NYT
Jagga - June 21, 2013 at 12:59am
Thank you for this information, I for one will not be using this app anymore, i wount waste my time giving explanations. App deletes and NY Times you can now go to hell.
CaptainJapan - June 20, 2013 at 9:53pm
Then I might as well delete it.
JoshvanHulst - June 21, 2013 at 5:01am
No ****! Why would anyone pay these outrageous prices! 3 articles per day? Give me a break! I might as well delete the app if they force me to update
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