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    The FT - which itself charges for online business news - reports.
    I like the FT's paywall
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    I think you can tell a lot about the papers that shaft their readers and how quickly they do it. The Murdoch ones obviously went first with he Torygraph following not long after.

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    If the Mail follows suit, then CUK is fooked
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    Quote Originally Posted by Troll View Post
    If the Mail follows suit, then CUK is fooked
    Mail Online won't go behind a paywall for ages. It has a completely different editorial team to the rag and so it's basically a gossip mag with the underlying hatred thrown in for free.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pondlife View Post
    Mail Online won't go behind a paywall for ages. It has a completely different editorial team to the rag and so it's basically a gossip mag with the underlying hatred thrown in for free.
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    That's a shame. I like the Telegraph website.

    May be OK if they cut down on the ads on the site. I find it a really slow site to use because of all the dynamic ad content on each page.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MonzaMike View Post
    May be OK if they cut down on the ads on the site.
    If I was paying for access to a website I'd expect it to be advert free. Admittedly I'm more likely to be crowned king of Texas than to ever subscribe to a newspaper site.
    Before someone asks why I'm happy to pay for ads in printed media but not internet I'm not, I only ever buy newspapers on incredibly rare occasions.

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