The Chronicle has tweaked the way its digital subscription works for augustachronicle.com access. More items are designated as premium content, but more premium pages can be sampled for free.
Access to the augustachronicle.com homepage, urgent breaking news, photos, video, databases, customer service pages and advertising sections (autos, homes, shopping and jobs) continues to be unencumbered. Those pages will not count as ‘premium’ views. Everything else will.
Twenty premium pages can be sampled for free each month. We will notify you once you have visited 10 free premium pages, stopping you at 20. This should ease the experience for all readers who recently have been stopped at ten pages.
There will be more print and digital subscriptions values coming in 2012 that may include the iPad, e-edition and mobile versions. You can sample our online replica free for a limited time: http://chronicle.augusta.com/echronicle. This will also become part of our offerings in 2012.
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