Media 26 March 2013 Telegraph extends paywall to UK readers You'll get 20 free articles from telegraph.co.uk a month, and then you'll have to pay. Print HTML The Telegraph has just announced that it will be extending its international paywall model to UK readers. Readers will be allowed 20 free articles from the site a month, after which they will be asked to pay. The paper's annoucement explains: To go beyond that limit, readers will be invited to choose between two digital subscription packages; our Web Pack, which combines unlimited web access with our smartphone apps, for £1.99 a month; or our full Digital Pack, which includes our tablet editions, for £9.99 a month. Print subscribers will get unlimited access to the website. › Labour’s unity is skin-deep Caroline Crampton is web editor of the New Statesman. Subscribe More Related articles Why doesn’t Google autocomplete “Conservatives are...”? Sky’s gazumping is killing popular drama imports – TV with no viewers isn’t TV at all Could the challenge from ITV be just what the BBC needs?