The Globe and Mail has become the lastest newspaper to launch a Paywall, meaning you have to pay for content. People who subscribe to The Globe five or six days a week can access the paper online for free, but it requires you to sign up. Non-subscribers will be able to access ten stories a month for free, but if you want more than that, you’ll have to pay. Globe Unlimited will cost $.99 for the first month then after that the cost increases to $19.99 a month.
The newspaper says the new structure is to pay for “digital journalism”.
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