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Hi I subscribe by post. Can I get the mag on my iPad?
We'll look into this question for you with our subs team.
I am a subscriber but why is the mag available in the shops before I've received my copy?
You can cancel your print subscription and take out a digital sub via Apple on Zinio.
Mention that you were advised of this - and let us know if you have any problems - best to email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Guzzi - you should get your magazine ahead of it appearing in shops. Our subscriptions team will be able to advise on this - please email email@example.com and they can advise on the dates they send out.
I've figured it out, I was late renewing my subscription so its skipped and issue. No drama.
Surely if you pay to subscribe to the magazine you should get both versions within the price?
I still haven't received my feb issue either?
I agree with Running Kev why pay twice I would like to use my ipad as reference but still enjoy reading the post version.
I agree that its a little bizzare that print subscribers to RW do not also get full access to the online version.
I also subscribe to the 'Times' newspaper & i get the iPad version first thing every morning but I also pick up the paper version later in the same day for a more relaxed read.
PS, I haven't received the Feb print version of RW through the post yet
I checked out the dates for the issues and the next feb issued date should be posted feb 02. But it's in the shops way before that, if I'd known it would be delayed every month I would have bought from my local news agent. Which I had invested in electronic versio, get annoyed when I can read it at the stand before I'm issued it.
I picked up the last ever print copy of Newsweek the other day. Seems all its readers had migrated to its online version... and so they gave up on the print version.
I love the printed version of RW - it's so velvety and smooth and tactile.
Want a digital version as well/instead? That might be a case of 'be careful what you wish for'!
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