Herald-Guide goes digital

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October 04, 2012 at 8:53 am  | Mobile Reader | Pring this storyPrint 

Herald-Guide goes digital
New and current subscribers to the St. Charles Herald-Guide can now have their paper delivered to them through email several hours before the paper lands in their mailboxes - for FREE.

All we need is your email address to make sure you have in-depth news, sports, community profiles and lifestyles waiting for you on your computer, iPad, Nook Color, Kindle Fire, iPhone and select Android tablets and phones first thing Thursday morning. Current subscribers can visit www.heraldguide.com/digital, log into their account and add their email address. Those who wish to subscribe now, can visit www.heraldguide.com/digital to sign up or can call (985) 758-2795.

A full year of the Herald-Guide is only $29.99 while a six-month subscription is currently $19.99. Those who sign up for two years of service can do so at the low price of $49.99. There is currently no additional charge for the electronic version.

The electronic version of the paper is easy to navigate and includes live links that can give readers even more information at the click of a button. Now you can stay connected wherever you go.

To subscribe click HERE.




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