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Mail Plus is the brilliant new tablet edition of the Daily Mail and Mail on Sunday.

Worth £119, a Kindle Fire HD is yours absolutely FREE when you subscribe to Mail Plus for a year.

With a 12-month subscription you'll pay £119.88 and we’ll give you a new generation Kindle Fire HD 7" 8GB tablet absolutely FREE.

Mail Plus is the amazing new app from the Daily Mail and Mail on Sunday, designed specially for the Kindle Fire HD.

With Mail Plus, you can enjoy all the quality of the printed edition, plus more to read, more pictures, video to watch all day and 30 puzzles to play on screen.

Plus see the Mail's three magazines Weekend, You and Event come to life on the Kindle Fire HD with even more features than in the printed editions.

We only have limited stocks of this fantastic offer, so get yours by buying your subscription now!

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7 Likes #1
"Brilliant" and "Daily Mail" in same sentence there.

http://2.bp.blogspot.com/-sB5rLiJhYeM/T5Q5WOwc05I/AAAAAAAABiA/HjpiVEFZ0RQ/s1600/daily-mirror2.jpg
3 Likes #2
This is bound to affect house prices...
3 Likes #3
Dear God, a whole year of Paul Dacre's insane rantings delivered to your tablet....
1 Like #5
If you already read the paper* and don't mind reading on a tablet it's not actually a bad deal.

Subscription : £119.88
Buying the paper : £0.60 x 5 (Mon-Fri) + £0.90 (Sat) = £3.90 per week = £202.80pa
That is simplified, doesn't include bank holidays or Sunday if that is included

*Not making any judgements either way

Edited By: CrazyBob on Nov 01, 2013 16:36
2 Likes #6
musicals
"Brilliant" and "Daily Mail" in same sentence there.

http://2.bp.blogspot.com/-sB5rLiJhYeM/T5Q5WOwc05I/AAAAAAAABiA/HjpiVEFZ0RQ/s1600/daily-mirror2.jpg

Funny that through your bigoted zeal you failed to realise that the Rothermere article you attach is in fact from the Mirror (which he also owned).
3 Likes #7
Immoraliste
musicals
"Brilliant" and "Daily Mail" in same sentence there. http://2.bp.blogspot.com/-sB5rLiJhYeM/T5Q5WOwc05I/AAAAAAAABiA/HjpiVEFZ0RQ/s1600/daily-mirror2.jpg
Funny that through your bigoted zeal you failed to realise that the Rothermere article you attach is in fact from the Mirror (which he also owned).
True but it was written by the owner of the Mail at the time.
#8
Er! the Daily Mail app is free - i've never paid for it and isn't the Kindle Fire £119.00 anyway. COLD
3 Likes #9
Immoraliste
musicals
"Brilliant" and "Daily Mail" in same sentence there.

http://2.bp.blogspot.com/-sB5rLiJhYeM/T5Q5WOwc05I/AAAAAAAABiA/HjpiVEFZ0RQ/s1600/daily-mirror2.jpg

Funny that through your bigoted zeal you failed to realise that the Rothermere article you attach is in fact from the Mirror (which he also owned).
Wait a minute, you think that people who don't support the Daily Mail are bigoted?
#10
Immoraliste
musicals
"Brilliant" and "Daily Mail" in same sentence there.

http://2.bp.blogspot.com/-sB5rLiJhYeM/T5Q5WOwc05I/AAAAAAAABiA/HjpiVEFZ0RQ/s1600/daily-mirror2.jpg

Funny that through your bigoted zeal you failed to realise that the Rothermere article you attach is in fact from the Mirror (which he also owned).

Actually, I noticed that. But what is the relevancy?
2 Likes #11
so effectively, in fact, you are buying the kindle (as you have to pay up front) and getting the mail for 88p! still 88p too much and you can't even use it as bog paper!
1 Like #12
The Mail and now The Sun... coming up with dubious offers to entice and expand readership of their right wing propaganda
Must be getting worried that a certain court case will show some respectable senior hacks as being a tad dishonest ;)
#13
musicals
Immoraliste
musicals
"Brilliant" and "Daily Mail" in same sentence there.

http://2.bp.blogspot.com/-sB5rLiJhYeM/T5Q5WOwc05I/AAAAAAAABiA/HjpiVEFZ0RQ/s1600/daily-mirror2.jpg

Funny that through your bigoted zeal you failed to realise that the Rothermere article you attach is in fact from the Mirror (which he also owned).

Actually, I noticed that. But what is the relevancy?


Perhaps an open minded person likes to read news from a different perspective.
5 Likes #14
This deal causes cancer.
2 Likes #15
Fcuking terrible rag. Even Hitler thought it was a bit much.
#16
daniellndn
musicals
Immoraliste
musicals
"Brilliant" and "Daily Mail" in same sentence there.

http://2.bp.blogspot.com/-sB5rLiJhYeM/T5Q5WOwc05I/AAAAAAAABiA/HjpiVEFZ0RQ/s1600/daily-mirror2.jpg

Funny that through your bigoted zeal you failed to realise that the Rothermere article you attach is in fact from the Mirror (which he also owned).

Actually, I noticed that. But what is the relevancy?


Perhaps an open minded person likes to read news from a different perspective.

Er...
2 Likes #17
I was going to post this deal last Sunday but I reckoned it would go cold due mainly to prejudices rather than the deal itself. There's a lot of artificial sheep-like hatred towards the Mail here and at large by those who either have never read it or, I suspect, in fact do secretly read it online and then boast 'I'd never pay for a rag like that'!
#18
It's interesting how Lord Rothermere's support for the Nazis still gets resurrected as a method of having a go at the Daily Mail, yet we suffer from selective memory loss when it comes to others who were more deeply involved with the Nazis.

For example, Hugo Boss was a member of the Nazi party and a sponsoring member of the SS. His company supplied uniforms to the Nazi Youth, the SS and so on and used POWs and slave labour to produce those uniforms. Yet, I've never heard anyone in Superdrug say "I'm not buying any of that s****y Hugo Boss perfume because the b*****d was a Nazi".

Or Heny Ford - a famous anti-semite who was presented with the Grand Cross of the German Eagle, the highest award the Nazis could give to foreign sympathisers. However, I've never heard anyone down the petrol station say "I'm getting rid of this pile of crap Ford car because that b*****d hated jews and loved the Nazis."

It just doesn't happen with these two companies and the many more which supported Hitler's evil regime and still exist today because we just blithely give them our cash. Perhaps the more "open minded" posters on here ought to widen out their blinkers a bit more and maybe become a bit more, errr, open minded or perhaps read a history book. Perhaps they'll find some cheap ones on here.
1 Like #19
pasheast
I was going to post this deal last Sunday but I reckoned it would go cold due mainly to prejudices rather than the deal itself. There's a lot of artificial sheep-like hatred towards the Mail here and at large by those who either have never read it or, I suspect, in fact do secretly read it online and then boast 'I'd never pay for a rag like that'!

Any mention of the Daily Mail will get the haters crawling out of the woodwork. What amuses me is that if they don't read it as they claim then they just rely on 2nd hand opinions - obviously they are unable to form their own.

I was subscribing to the DM and have taken advantage of this offer and my Kindle has now arrived.
#20
It states this subscription is specially designed for kindle fire HD. Does this mean I won't be able to add the app to my ipad instead of the delivered kindle?
#21
sadamputee
It states this subscription is specially designed for kindle fire HD. Does this mean I won't be able to add the app to my ipad instead of the delivered kindle?
Amazon has a free download of a 'kindle for ipad' app so I would assume you should be able to:
http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/feature.html?docId=1000423883
#22
pasheast
sadamputee
It states this subscription is specially designed for kindle fire HD. Does this mean I won't be able to add the app to my ipad instead of the delivered kindle?
Amazon has a free download of a 'kindle for ipad' app so I would assume you should be able to:
http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/feature.html?docId=1000423883
I downloaded the Daily Mail plus app to my iPad after subscribing , it works perfectly on iPad, hope it's as good when I recieve my Kindle
#23
Not great. Got my Kindle HD, set up and sure enough next day when I turned the kindle on there was Mail Plus waiting.

That's the one and only time it's been there, ever since I get the message that it hasn't downloaded and would I like to download.

From reading other forums it seems this is a fairly common problem and there seems to be no workaround.

Still a good deal as I've got a 'free' Kindle HD, and as I was looking to buy a tablet it's worked out ok. Just wish it did what it's advertised to do.
#24
anyone know if the app can be downloaded to a laptop
#25
Are here any complimentary reports on this offer?

walter987
anyone know if the app can be downloaded to a laptop
#26
benwarwick
Free Kindle Fire if you pay upfront for a years daily mail app for your tablet, costs £119.88. Mail Plus is the brilliant new tablet edition of the Daily Mail and Mail on Sunday.Worth £119, a Kindle Fire HD is yours absolutely FREE when you subscribe to Mail Plus for a year.With a 12-month subscription you'll pay £119.88 and we’ll give you a new generation Kindle Fire HD 7" 8GB tablet absolutely FREE.Mail Plus is the amazing new app from the Daily Mail and Mail on Sunday, designed specially for the Kindle Fire HD.With Mail Plus, you can enjoy all the quality of the printed edition, plus more to read, more pictures, video to watch all day and 30 puzzles to play on screen.Plus see the Mail's three magazines Weekend, You and Event come to life on the Kindle Fire HD with even more features than in the printed editions.We only have limited stocks of this fantastic offer, so get yours by buying your subscription now!Offer limited to one per customer
#27
would love to try this offer but cant afford in one lump sum why cant we pay by direct debit love the paper especially the puzzles
#28
the mail says that the kindle would arrive in plenty of time for xmas they now tell me it will be in the next few weeks I subscribed on the 10 12 2013 I think they have broken an aggeement between us am I right
#29
got as far as welcome to mailplus put in e mail address next line password what one how can I get one for mailplus
#30
(This offer was supposed to be for latest generation of the kindle fire hd I received an older version of this tablet ,despite several emails to Daily Mail I have yet to get this matter resolved,I was asked to supply telephone nos so they could discuss this,sent them three times still no response.I suppose you never get anything free!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
#31
The item supplied was not the new generation Kindle fire HD,as decribed ,dispite 4 case raised with Daily mail and promises of contact by phone the situation remains unresolved.Daily mails first reaction cannot be returned as it had been unpacked,but without opening how could I tell it was not the correct model
#32
FREE KINDLEFIRE OFFER STILL BEING ADVERTISED YET YOU SAY IT HAS EXPIRED ???????

I BUY THE MAIL EVERYDAY MOST DISAPPOINTED
#33

Think twice before you subscribe to free kindle offer. You pay immediately and your subscription begins straightway but your kindle doesn't arrive until a month or two later if you are lucky! Believe scheme needs amending so your subscription begins when your kindle arrives not weeks before you receive kindle.

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