Last month, The New York Times offered Windows Phone users a free trial to subscribe. It took away the limit of only being able to read only read three articles per day, but there was a catch. You had to provide your credit card information to receive the free trial. That is no longer the case this week.

Thanks to Microsoft, you no longer need to provide a credit card for the free trial. You get free unlimited access this week. There are no countdowns or warnings letting you know that you have reached the three-article limit.

The New York Times keeps you informed on world and national news, business, the arts, technology, style, sports, food, travel, opinions, science, medicine and more. Subscription to The New York Times via smartphones normally costs 99 cents for the first four weeks and then $3.75 per week thereafter.

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The NYTimes app is a free download from the Windows Phone Store. Do you see yourself subscribing to the New York Times after this free trial ends?

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