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Subscriber benefits

What are some of the benefits of being a subscriber?

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What does it cost to subscribe to News24? 

A News24 digital subscription costs R75 per month.  

How do I become a News24 subscriber? 

You can subscribe by clicking on the red 'Subscribe' button at the top of your screen. You will be prompted to enter your credit card details or debit order information. You can also pay via Apple Pay and Google Pay. An EFT payment option is not currently available.

Note: You can have multiple subscriptions on one credit card detail.

Where can I see the details of my subscription? 

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