Guam News Factor is excited to announce that it has teamed up with the Financial Times to offer its readers an exclusive trial of the FT.com digital platform. This trial provides complete access to both the Standard Digital and Premium Digital packages, allowing readers to stay informed about global news, analysis, and expert opinions.
The Standard Digital package grants readers access to a wealth of global news, ensuring they stay up to date with the latest events and developments around the world. Articles cover a wide range of topics, including politics, business, technology, and more. This comprehensive coverage ensures readers never miss an important story.
For those looking for an even deeper understanding of the business world, the Premium Digital package includes access to the renowned business column Lex. Additionally, subscribers can enjoy curated newsletters that provide in-depth reporting on key business themes. This wealth of information allows readers to gain valuable insights into the world of finance and the global economy.
During the trial period, users have the flexibility to change their subscription plan at any time. By visiting the “Settings & Account” section, readers can easily switch between the Standard Digital and Premium Digital options. This allows them to tailor their subscription to their specific interests and preferences.
At the end of the trial, readers will be automatically enrolled in the premium digital monthly subscription plan for $69 per month. However, users have the option to save 20% by choosing the annual payment option. By selecting this option, readers can continue enjoying premium access while saving on the overall cost.
Alternatively, readers can also choose to downgrade their subscription to the Standard Digital plan. This gives them continued access to global news and analysis, albeit without the additional benefits offered by the Premium Digital package. Users can make these changes easily by visiting the “Settings & Account” section, ensuring they have full control over their subscription.
It’s important to note that any changes made during the trial period will only take effect at the end of the trial. This means that even if readers choose to downgrade or cancel their subscription, they will still retain full access to the digital platform for four weeks. This allows them to continue enjoying all the benefits that come with the trial before deciding on their long-term subscription plan.
Don’t miss this exclusive opportunity to experience the unrivaled journalism and analysis offered by the Financial Times. Sign up for the trial now and stay informed about the latest global news and business insights.