The Economist Unbundles Print and Tablet Editions

With digital subscriptions on the rise, The Economist has decided to unbundle its print and tablet editions. Previously, print subscribers could access tablet-formatted content
With digital subscriptions on the rise, The Economist has decided to unbundle its print and tablet editions. Previously, print subscribers could access tablet-formatted content for one price. But the convenience of tablet reading and consumption is forcing more and more publishers to question the wisdom of "all access" subscription plans. Or more to the point, to question offering these all access plans at the same price as print subscriptions. The Economist now has print-only and digital-only subscription…...

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