Introducing FT.com’s Trial Period for Complete Digital Access
The Bib Theorists is excited to announce that FT.com is now offering a trial period with complete digital access to both the Standard Digital and Premium Digital packages. This trial period allows users to explore the wide range of news and analysis available on the FT.com platform.
The Standard Digital package offers users access to global news, expert opinion, and in-depth analysis. With this package, readers can stay up-to-date with the latest developments in various fields and gain valuable insights from renowned experts.
For those seeking even more comprehensive coverage, the Premium Digital package is the way to go. In addition to the benefits of the Standard Digital package, users will have access to Lex, a highly informative business column, and 15 curated newsletters that delve into key business themes.
During the trial period, users have the flexibility to change their plan at any time by simply visiting the “Settings & Account” section. This ensures that readers can customize their FT.com experience to suit their specific preferences and needs.
It’s important to note that at the end of the trial period, users will be automatically enrolled in the premium digital monthly subscription plan for $69 per month, unless they make changes. However, there is a way to save 20% on premium access by choosing to pay annually at the end of the trial.
If the Premium Digital package is not what users are looking for, they can easily downgrade to the Standard Digital plan. This plan still provides robust journalistic content and ensures that users can stay informed on the latest news and developments.
Any changes made during the trial period will become effective at the end, allowing full access for 4 weeks, even if the user decides to downgrade or cancel their subscription.
The trial period offered by FT.com is a great opportunity for readers to experience the extensive range of content available on the platform. Whether it’s global news, expert opinions, or in-depth analysis, FT.com has it all. So don’t miss out on this chance to explore and stay informed with FT.com’s trial period.
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