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Each week The Economist provides rigorous analysis on the topics that provoke debate and gives you informed opinion so you can decide where you stand. It covers pretty much everything under the sun (and, if you include the Science section, some things well beyond it).

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4 Likes #2
Send one to number 11 Downing street, posh George could use some help.
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cheers!
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Thanks! :)
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And the likelihood of receiving all manner of marketing calls and junk mail as a result of taking up this freebie is?
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frakker
And the likelihood of receiving all manner of marketing calls and junk mail as a result of taking up this freebie is?
the more savvy freebie taker has a specific email address for such spam related enquiries.

I even have a phone number from a free simcard that I use too.
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martinelsen
frakker
And the likelihood of receiving all manner of marketing calls and junk mail as a result of taking up this freebie is?

the more savvy freebie taker has a specific email address for such spam related enquiries.

I even have a phone number from a free simcard that I use too.


Do you also have your own PO Box address?
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And the likelihood of receiving all manner of marketing calls and junk mail as a result of taking up this freebie is?


The more savvy freebie taker has a specific email address for such spam related enquiries.

I had their previous offer of 13 copies of The Economist for £1. I cancelled it after that (some time last year) and I've had no junk mail since. I did get one phone call from a well-spoken young lady at their office wondering if I'd perhaps like to renew my subs, but when I said "no thanks" she accepted that and went away.
The readership of the paper is not a part of society that takes kindly to being sold to, or is susceptible to crass marketing. (They didn't get to be rich by spending their cash on rubbish: even highly priced rubbish :) and their classy advertisers know that)

So no, I doubt that you'll be troubled by telemarketers and junk mail. Though as others have pointed out, it's just common sense to use a disposable email address for any online freebies and offers.

I even have a phone number from a free simcard that I use too.[/quote]



Edited By: pete_l on Apr 04, 2011 15:47
#9
as a warning I'm guessing you won't be allowed any other offers after using this one? as they say NEW subscribers only, and after this one you will no longer be a new subscriber?
#10
They not too bad with spam, if they ring you a simple no thanks suffices. Good magazine too, just wish I had the time to read it at the moment with my workload!
#11
i got an insert in mine giving me 4 weeks of the FT for only £1

usual thing where you cancel DD before the full rate kicks in

now to find some time to read all this!!!!!!!!

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