Following in Kindle’s Footsteps, Barnes and Noble’s Nook New York Times Subscribers Receive Free Access to Web Content


Last week, Kindle owners subscribing to the digital version of the New York Times for the e-reader were granted a pass to the paywall now encircling the paper’s website. Today it has been announced that those subscribing to the Nook version of the NYT will also receive the same privilege.

The paywall allows readers access to a limited amount of free content before requiring a subscription fee be paid. A subscription for the digital paper on the Nook currently runs $19.99 per month and bypasses any further fees for the site.

[via CrunchGear]

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  1. Why would anyone subscribe to this? Just access the content free in the new york times webpage with the built in browser

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