FT.com opens up content for free

02/10/2007

The Financial Times's FT.com website is to start letting users access stories for free, writes Netimperative. Under the new charging model users will be able to access 30 free article per month before being asked to subscribe. The new system will make it possible for bloggers and news aggregators to link directly to FT.com content. The change in charging strategy coincides with a major site overhaul which will include new blogs, a new markets section and increased editorial content. Standard and premium subscription will cost £99 and £199 respectively.
From Netimperative: http://www.netimperative.com, 01/10/2007
FT.com: http://www.ft.com

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