Two Years Later, The New York Times Closes Its Paywall's Most Gaping…

As soon as The New York Times first hit us with its paywall back in 2011, industrious little news fiends all over the Internet began looking for ways to get around it—and it didn't take long. One of the simplest and most bafflingly long-lasting holes in The Times' paywall simply required you to delete a few characters… » 2/12/13 11:28am 2/12/13 11:28am

The New York Times Is Making Its Paywall Even Stricter and Its Website …

AllThingsD is reporting that the New York Times will be cutting the amount of free articles the grey lady lets readers read per month from 20 to a measly 10. The change starts in April and means you'll be hitting the NYT paywall a lot quicker than you think. » 3/20/12 9:32am 3/20/12 9:32am

Paywall Be Damned, The New York Times Has Signed Up 100,000 Paying…

Even though we presented you with a bunch of ways to continue reading the New York Times for free, they've reported they've already signed up 100,000 paying subscribers—in less than a month. While some of those customers are on a special four-week trial of the service, costing them a cent under a buck, that's still a… » 4/21/11 9:50am 4/21/11 9:50am

Nook Readers Can Get Unlimited Access to NYTimes.com, Too

Joining Kindle readers, Barnes & Nobile Nook readers can hit up NYTimes.com and get unlimited access to the paper, provided they have a paid-up subscription. The Nook will be switched on at the Grey Lady in the coming weeks, but if you want to take a squizz at the site for free, there are still ways! [ZDNet] » 4/05/11 11:45am 4/05/11 11:45am

Kindle NY Times Subscribers Get NYTimes.com For Free

If you subscribe to the NY Times on your Kindle for $20/month, first of all stop that! Must be a terribly frustrating experience. But also good news: your e-ink subscription has granted you entry past the homepage paywall, and you can surf the Grey Lady at will. Which basically just means that Kindle pricing and tablet … » 3/28/11 7:06pm 3/28/11 7:06pm

The New York Times Will Charge $15+ for Its Website Paywall

A bizarrely-staggered paywall will come into effect from March 28th, with readers getting 20 free articles a month. After that, it'll be $15 for a month's subscription to the website and phone app; $20 for the month's website use and iPad app use, and a steep $35 for using the website, phone app and iPad app. Newspaper … » 3/17/11 10:55am 3/17/11 10:55am

Unconfirmed: New York Times' Website Paywall Will Cost Up To $20 a Month

The New York Times announced on Wednesday that they were putting in place a paywall from this month—meaning "a visitor to NYTimes.com will be allowed to view a certain number of articles free each month; to read more, the reader must pay a flat fee for unlimited access. Subscribers to the print newspaper, even those who … » 1/21/11 7:54am 1/21/11 7:54am