As a trial subscriber to FT.com, you are provided with complete digital access to both the Standard Digital and Premium Digital packages. During this trial period, you will have access to a wide range of global news, in-depth analysis, and expert opinions.
The Standard Digital package offers access to a comprehensive selection of news articles, while the Premium Digital package includes additional features such as the esteemed business column called Lex, as well as 15 curated newsletters that provide original and detailed reporting on key business themes.
If you wish to compare the offerings of the Standard and Premium Digital packages, you can do so through the provided link for a full comparison.
Throughout your trial, you have the flexibility to change the subscription plan you will be enrolled in once the trial concludes. This can be done by accessing the “Settings & Account” section.
At the end of your trial, if you take no action, you will be automatically enrolled in the premium digital monthly subscription plan, which costs $69 per month. However, should you prefer cost savings, you have the option to change your plan to an annual payment. By selecting the annual payment option, you can retain premium access while saving 20% on the subscription.
If the premium digital subscription no longer aligns with your needs, you also have the choice to downgrade to the Standard Digital package, which provides a robust journalistic offering. A comparison between the two packages can be found here.
Regardless of the changes made to your subscription during the trial period, any modifications will only take effect at the end of the trial. This means that even if you choose to downgrade or cancel, you will still have full access for the remaining 4 weeks of the trial.
If you decide to cancel your subscription or trial, you can do so at any time online by logging into the “Settings & Account” section and selecting the “Cancel” option on the right-hand side. It is important to note that you can continue enjoying your subscription until the end of the current billing period.
When it comes to payment, FT.com accepts credit card, debit card, and PayPal payments.
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