Extra! Extra! Get all the news that’s fit to print with a 30-day free trial to The New York Times on Windows & Windows Phone devices

If you crave the best news reporting, top columnists and engaging, conversation-starting features, then you should be reading the The New York Times on your Windows and Windows Phone devices.

The app is free to download in both the Windows Store and the Windows Phone Store. Usually, you need a content subscription if you want to read more than three articles a day, but starting Friday, you can enjoy all-access to The Gray Lady at no charge for 30 days.


That means unlimited access to all the newspaper articles, updates and photos as well as content from special sections like the New York Times Magazine on Sundays, special-edition T Magazine and the Sunday Book Review. It’s great journalism at a great deal!

Here’s how it works: Users must officially subscribe, including providing credit card information, to receive the free trial. The subscription will automatically renew after 30 days – so users must proactively cancel their subscription to avoid being charged if they decide they don’t want to continue with the subscription.

Download The New York Times app in the Windows Store and the Windows Phone Store today, and set up your free trial subscription.

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Jeff Meisner
Microsoft News Center Staff