Today, The New York Times announced its new digital subscription plans, starting at $15/month for unlimited web access to content; $20/month gives users access via the web and iPad app; $35/month allows readers to access unlimited content on unlimited devices. Casual Times readers can access up to 20 articles per month at no charge. New digital subscription policies go into effect March 28.
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Additionally, links from certain search engines and links via Facebook and Twitter will not count toward a reader's monthly allowance. Users searching for content via Google will be limited to five articles per day.
Luckily, the paper maintains a number of excellent Twitter feeds; for a look at who you should follow for free access to New York Times content, keep reading.
- @nytimes: The paper's main Twitter account; follow for breaking and big news stories.
- @nytimesworld: World news
- @nytimesstyle: Lifestyle and fashion news and commentary
- @nytimestech: Technology news
- @nytimesnational: US news
- @nytimespolitics: Political news
- @nytimesTV: TV news, reviews, actor and actress information
- @paper_cuts: Books and "printed matter," written by editors of The New York Times Book Review
- @nytimesmagazine: Features and news (mostly long-form) from The New York Times Magazine
- @nytimesrunway: Fashion news and features from the Times's fashion editor
- @nytimesweek: Week in Review articles focusing on politics, trends, the President, and international relations
- @nytimesvows: Wedding announcements (come on, who doesn't love 'em?)
- @nytimesopinion: Op-eds and commentary
There are 225 accounts associated with the Times in one way or another; check them all out at nytimes.com/twitter.