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Submission + - The Times of London to charge for website (physorg.com)

Ifni writes: Making good on Rupert Murdoch's plan to charge for News Corp online content, the Times of London and The Sunday Times will begin charging readers for access starting in June. Customers will be charged £1 ($1.50, or 1.10 euros) for one day's access and £2 for a week's subscription. News International chief executive Rebekah Brooks also hinted that these two papers are merely "the first of our four titles in the UK to move to this new approach." News International, a division of Murdoch's News Corporation, also owns The Sun tabloid and Sunday tabloid, News of the World.

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