The New York Times paywall is site to go in affect today at 2pm EST today (March 28th). You’ll be able to read up to 20 articles per month when accessing the Times through your mobile device, iPad, and other NYTimes apps, also when accessing NYTimes.com through your traditional web browser. After you’ve accessed your 20th article in a given month, you’ll be charged accordingly:
- $15 for four weeks of access to NYTimes.com and a mobile phone app.
- $20 for four weeks of access to NYTimes.com and its iPad app.
- $35 for four weeks of access to all of the above.
People who access The New York Times through search engines such as Google and Google News, will only be allowed to view five articles per day before being charged.
If you access the Times through channels such as Facebook, Twitter, and blogs, you’ll be able to view the articles even if you’ve exceeded the 20-article reading limit.
Learn more and get subscribed at NYTimes.com/access.
What do you think about The New York Times paywall going into affect today?
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