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Note: This feature is only available if you're signed in to your Google Account.
To find out if your existing print subscription offers a free digital version:
- On your Android phone or tablet, open your Google News app .
- Open an article from your subscribed news source.
- Select Already a subscriber? Activate your account.
- If the news source offers a subscription option on the Google News app, you'll see subscription options.
- To verify your subscription, sign in.
- Your digital subscription expires when your original print subscription ends.
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- Have an active, existing subscription to the news source.
- Enter your account information correctly.
- Note: If you need to give your postal address, enter your name and address exactly as they appear on your print subscription.
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This message usually appears when part of your verification information isn't the same as what the publisher has for your account. Make sure that you give your account number, name and address as they show on your print subscription. For help with your account information, contact the publisher's support team.
'We were unable to verify that you have an active subscription to this publication.'
To verify that you have an active subscription and that your account information is correct, contact the publisher’s support team.
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