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Save quids on mags by going digital - Popular Photography and Imaging 37p per issue!
Save quids on mags by going digital - Popular Photography and Imaging 37p per issue!

Save quids on mags by going digital - Popular Photography and Imaging 37p per issue!

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When the world’s leading magazine and textbook publishers decided to go digital, they chose Zinio as their digital publishing partner. Why?
As the recognized leader, we know digital publishing like nobody else.

Now for my comment. I've used Zinio as the merchant as they are the distributor for this deal.
I subscribed to the digital version of 'Popular Photography and Imaging' at popphoto.com/ at $18 for 24 issues (about 37p per issue, £9-ish) and the download option takes me to Zinio.
I noted that if you subscribe thru the magazine's own site, the cost is $10 for 12 issues. On Zinio it costs $12 for 12 issues. A nice little 20% saving in itself, just by subscribing thru Popphoto's own site!
There are many, many magazines now available in digital format. Don't miss out on the savings, plus digital is far more ecologically sound than hard copy. Digital editions don't sit in a carrier bag gathering dust either

Note that you will need to download Zinio's digital reader program to view your magazines, it's free to subscribers. It's a nice little piece of software too.

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these are all free on the web anyway if you look hard enough

Original Poster

csiman

these are all free on the web anyway if you look hard enough



I know. You can't always rely on rapidshare downloads though, I like to have the peace of mind of knowing I will read the magazine every month ... legally ;-)
It's a great mag and well worth 37p a month.

Sorry but if I buy magazines its to read and pass the time wherever/whenever digital mags just dont have the same portability I wouldnt want to boot my laptop up on the train just to read a magazine and when im in the bath i like to wallow whilst i catch up on my magazines this isnt ppossible with a laptop same applies for on the bog. I dont see the point myself.

But saying that if it suits your reading habits this is good value! So still voting hot as its cheap!

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Scribbles

I know. You can't always rely on rapidshare downloads though, I like to … I know. You can't always rely on rapidshare downloads though, I like to have the peace of mind of knowing I will read the magazine every month ... legally ;-)It's a great mag and well worth 37p a month.


True enough.

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harlzter

Sorry but if I buy magazines its to read and pass the time … Sorry but if I buy magazines its to read and pass the time wherever/whenever digital mags just dont have the same portability I wouldnt want to boot my laptop up on the train just to read a magazine and when im in the bath i like to wallow whilst i catch up on my magazines this isnt ppossible with a laptop same applies for on the bog. I dont see the point myself. But saying that if it suits your reading habits this is good value! So still voting hot as its cheap!


I have to agree. I did see some years back,portable electronic book readers that you loaded books into but they don't seem to be around these days. if anyone knows where they are still available, I'd appreciate it. A laptop is just too big.

Original Poster

For the record, a 2 year print subscription is only $30 for international subscribers (62p per issue, around £15). Yeah, I was surprised too. That's amazing value for 24 issues, and the website is worth a look even if you don't subscribe to the magazine
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