Free 30-day trial available for The New York Times on Windows and Windows Phone

The New York Times has been available for Windows and Windows Phone for a while, but there are limitations. If you’re not a subscriber, you can only read three articles per day, from any section. If you were thinking of subscribing, now is a good time. Starting Friday, you can get a free trial for 4 weeks.

There’s a minor catch. You must officially subscribe, including providing credit card information, to receive the free trial. It will automatically renew after the fourth week – so you must cancel your subscription to avoid being charged if you don’t want to continue with the subscription.

The free trial also carries over to other devices. Access the app with your subscription through multiple platforms including iOS, Android, Blackberry, and even the desktop web browser. Stay informed on world and national news, business, the arts, technology, style, sports, food, travel, opinions, science, medicine and more.

The New York Times is a free download from both the Windows Phone Store and the Windows Store. Are you signing up for the free trial? Let us know in the comments!

Source: Microsoft

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