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A: Access to articles via these providers will remain unchanged for subscribers and non-subscribers alike. As long as a link or post on a social site is live, you will always be able to click through to that story. Subscribers can click through to an unlimited number of articles. For non-subscribers, however, please be aware that each click-through counts toward the article maximum.
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A: We encourage commenting and consider it an important part of the latimes.com community. In order to do so, you will be required to create a free registration. Registration is different from membership and can also be done at: latimes.com/membership. Please note that comments do not count toward the article maximum, nor does any content that you generate for the community, such as posting photos. You may continually check stories you have commented on and engage in discussions with other latimes.com visitors without increasing your article count.
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Q: What if I don't want to pay for a subscription- can I still read latimes.com for free? Is there a monthly article limit?
A: Visitors can continue to get breaking news, enjoy repeat visits to latimes.com's home page and take advantage of 10 free articles each calendar month. The free trial of the web site and the duration of the trial may vary by location and season. After you have reached your monthly limit, we will offer you our standard subscription rate to continue taking advantage of all that latimes.com has to offer. There are limited areas of the site you can enjoy without a subscription:
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• Legacy paid obituaries
• Games and crosswords
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Q: Do articles that I am rereading count toward my story limit each time?
A: Visiting a story you've already read will only count once when viewed within the same calendar month.
Q: I like the crossword puzzle and games. Do I need to be a subscriber to access them?
A: Access to crosswords and games is unlimited. You do not need to be a subscriber.
Q: What about my latimes.com newsletters?
A: You can continue to register for and receive our email newsletters without becoming an Unlimited Digital Access subscriber. The newsletter itself does not count toward the monthly limit, but any stories you click through to on latimes.com will be counted. Visit latimes.com/newsletters to register for additional newsletters.
Unlimited Digital Access
Q: What is the Unlimited Digital Access program?
A: A Los Angeles Times Unlimited Digital Access subscription is your all-access pass to the best of Southern California news, culture, commentary and happenings. The benefits of joining include:
• A variety of subscription packages providing unlimited access to latimes.com and our distinctive and award-winning storytelling, investigative reports, commentary, in-depth local news, signature blogs, compelling photo galleries, original video content, and revealing data projects and analysis
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• Daily eNewspaper, a digital replica of The Times print edition
• Unlimited access to LA Times subscription-based News App
• Subscriber privileges such as special opportunities at select Times events, early access to special news and information, unique money-saving discounts and deals, as well as giveaways and contests.
We have created an Account Management page so you can get the latest news on your benefits. It's also where you'll be able pick newsletters and alerts as well as manage other subscriber activities.
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A: As a valued home delivery customer, your access to all that's available on latimes.com is unlimited and there is no additional cost. With a few simple registration steps, you can review the terms of your subscription, activate your account and begin to enjoy your benefits. Click here to get started.
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A: If you are already a customer, there is no additional cost. All of our print subscriptions include Unlimited Digital Access in the current subscription cost. All you need to do is connect your print and online accounts here.
If you are an avid latimes.com readers who doesn't currently receive home delivery, we offer a number of subscription packages that will enable you to receive unlimited access to all of The Times' award-winning news and information and subscription advantages mentioned above. For up-to-date pricing please click here.
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A: Simply click here and type in your ZIP Code. Promotional rates for your area will automatically display. For instance, customers in Southern California can get home delivery every Sunday with Unlimited Digital Access to latimes.com.
Q: I want to share my Unlimited Digital Access with other people in my household. How do I do that?
A: You can connect up to five, separate email addresses to your Unlimited Digital Access account. To add an address, visit this page and go through the steps.
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Q: How do I access the eNewspaper?
A: If you have registered to receive the eNewspaper of the Los Angeles Times, a digital replica of the print newspaper, you will receive a daily email reminder that it is available. However, you don't have to wait for the email to arrive to access that day's edition. You can find the eNewspaper of the daily edition after 5:30 a.m. any morning by going to the Account Management page eNewspaper link. To make it even easier to get to the eNewspaper at any time, you can bookmark the Account Management page link or add a shortcut icon mobile phone home screen.
Q: I subscribe to latimes.com on my eReader (Kindle or Nook). Am I therefore eligible for Unlimited Digital Access at no additional cost?
A: Not at this time.
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Q: I commute and want to read the eNewspaper when I am off-line.
A: You can download the daily eNewspaper on your mobile device before you leave home. Start downloading the latest edition by clicking on the down-facing arrow in the navigation bar at the top of the page. It will take a few minutes to download a full edition. When it is complete, you will see a check mark over the arrow in the navigation bar. The eNewspaper will be downloaded and stored in your browser cache, so you will need to keep your browser tab open in order to access it when you're off-line. If you've closed your browser, you can click on the link in your eNewspaper e-mail, but you will need to be connected to the Internet to re-authenticate. You can only download one edition at a time.
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A: Before you download the file for the first time, you can add an icon to your home screen on an iPhone or iPad. To get started, click on the icon with the small arrow to the left of the browser URL. Pick "Add to Home Screen." Once you have added the button, open the icon you created on your home screen and start downloading the latest edition by clicking on the down-facing arrow at the top of the page.
Q: How can I manage my digital and/or print subscription on the Los Angeles Times self-service web site?
A: Click here and you can temporarily suspend your paper while you're on vacation, report a delivery issue, access the eNewspaper, change your address for delivery and/or billing, enroll in EZ Pay and update your credit card information on your EZ Pay account.
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Q: I travel frequently. What happens to my Unlimited Digital Access subscription then?
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A: Click on the link that says, "Already an L.A. Times subscriber? Click here to match" and follow the process for matching your current account to your subscription.
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