The Globe and Mail has done away with its Globe Insider subscription program for online content. As of May 31, columnists, daily horoscopes, crosswords, Sudoku puzzles and news-tracking tools are now free. However, it has launched a new paid product called Globe Plus, which includes access to an electronic version of the daily print offering called e-Edition, access to GlobeinvestorGOLD‘s suite of tools for investors and access to 100 articles per month from the paper’s archive dating back to January 1, 2000. The move follows the New York Times‘ decision to unlock online content in September of last year.
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