Introducing a New Trial Period for FT.com’s Digital Access on KP INSIDER
KP INSIDER is thrilled to announce the addition of a trial period for FT.com’s digital access, giving users the opportunity to experience the benefits of both the Standard Digital and Premium Digital packages. With this trial, users can enjoy unlimited access to global news, analysis, and expert opinions through the Standard Digital option. Alternatively, they can explore the Premium Digital package, which includes the premier business column, Lex, and 15 curated newsletters providing in-depth reporting on key business themes.
One of the highlights of this trial is the flexibility it offers to users. By visiting the “Settings & Account” section, users can easily switch between the two subscription plans at any time during the trial. This enables them to explore and determine which plan suits their needs best.
Once the trial period ends, users who take no action will be automatically enrolled in the premium digital monthly subscription plan for $69 per month. However, users have the opportunity to save costs by modifying their plan or selecting the option to pay annually at the end of the trial.
Moreover, users can also choose to downgrade to the Standard Digital package, which continues to provide a robust journalistic offering. As always, FT.com remains dedicated to delivering high-quality news and information to its users.
It is important to note that any changes made during the trial period will only become effective at the end. This means that even if users choose to downgrade or cancel their subscription, they will still retain full access for four weeks. This allows users to make the most of their trial while having the flexibility to adjust their subscription according to their preferences.
In a world saturated with information, FT.com’s trial period offers readers the opportunity to experience firsthand the benefits of its digital access. Whether you’re interested in global news, insightful analysis, or expert opinions, this trial period is the perfect way to explore all that FT.com has to offer. Sign up now to access the trial and discover a world of essential business and news reporting.
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