Scribd partners with The New York Times for a cheaper joint subscription

If you already have or are subscribed to The New York Times Scribd will provide you with a bundle. If you pay $ 12.99 a month NYT and Scribd.

Scribd is a reading subscription service that allows you to read books, newspapers, magazines, or listen to audiobooks unlimitedly. The new plan goes beyond Scribd at $ 8.99 per month and includes the entire New York Times website. You can access the The New York Times Digital Archive and The New York Times apps through the default digital access plan as part of the bundle. In general, the full NYT subscription fee is $ 14.99 per month.

This is not the first time Scribd and NYT have made an alliance. In 2017, students released Essential Student Bundle, giving students access to two services. But it was limited to just one semester, or four months. Conversely, this new bundle is available to everyone.

Close NYT it is not the first time affiliated with services that provide exclusive access. The newspaper signed a partnership with Spotify to provide a full premium service with full access to the part of the All Access subscription.

As newspapers continue to evolve and embrace the transition to digital, it is one of the top priorities to provide new incentives for users who generally do not pay for news media. For example, The Washington Post granted access to Amazon Prime members for six months as part of membership, as well as discounts and free trials.

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