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Wednesday, Feb. 10, 2016
What if I don't want to subscribe - can I still read the website for free?
Currently, you have unlimited free access to the homepage and section fronts on nevadadailymail.com. But access to "premium" content pages, including news articles and features, is limited to a number of specific views and metered. Once reached, you will need to subscribe. Your free, limited access resets every 30 days.
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Why charge for "premium" online content?
Upon reaching your monthly reading limit, you'll be asked to subscribe. Your subscription helps us continue to invest in the quality journalism you know and love. If you're a regular reader, we hope you'll consider subscribing. You'll get unlimited access to all of our content, including articles, blog posts, video, slide shows and other features.
Do comments count toward my monthly limit?
No. User-generated content does not count toward your monthly limit. This includes comments on articles and blog posts. When you click the Comments link on an article page to view the associated readers' comments page, the new page will not count toward your monthly limit.
Can I access my digital subscription on more than one computer?
Yes, you can access nevadadailymail.com on any browser, on most any computer pending internet connection.
Does the digital subscription include access to the Online Reader?
The Online Reader is a separate product that is free for print subscribers.
When I go on vacation, can I put my online subscription to the nevadadailymail.com on hold?
No. Our digital content is available anywhere there's an Internet connection, so we're not offering vacation suspensions. When you put your print subscription on hold, your digital access will not be affected.
I've signed up for nevadadailymail.com emails and newsletters. Will email newsletters be affected?
No, you don't need a digital subscription in order to receive our e-mail newsletters.