The Times, Ireland Edition & The Sunday Times New digital subscriber offer includes one month’s free access Access to digital editions now only €5 a month

News Ireland have today announced it is offering new subscribers to The Times, Ireland Edition and The Sunday Times free access to the seven-day digital edition for the first month, and just €5 per month thereafter.

This offer gives readers great value access to high-quality journalism and with Brexit developments moving apace, Times journalists will continue to provide in-depth coverage and incisive analysis as events unfold, drawing on an authoritative network of reporters across Ireland, the UK and Europe.

In addition to Brexit, The Sunday Times and The Times, Ireland Edition offer readers authoritative coverage of domestic and international news, events and politics, as well as a range of diverse and thought-provoking views and opinions from top columnists and journalists including Justine McCarthy, Brenda Power, Brian Carey and David Quinn.

The competitive new pricing offer will be supported by an integrated advertising campaign across print, radio and social media.

Richard Bogie, Managing Director of News Ireland, said: “We’re delighted to launch our latest digital subscription model, which brings our award-winning journalism to a wide audience at an even more competitive price. The top-quality coverage available in both The Times, Ireland Edition and The Sunday Times means that online readers get more for less, while staying up-to-date on the news that matters.”

The print edition of The Times, Ireland Edition is on shelves from Monday to Saturday, while the digital edition is available via tablet app, smartphone app or on www.thetimes.ie. On Sundays,

subscribers can access the digital edition of The Sunday Times or purchase the print edition of the publication.

As well as being well informed on the stories that matter, readers can also enjoy a range of unrivalled lifestyle content – interviews, music, arts, film, theatre, food and beauty – while the digital editions also offer thousands of interactive puzzles and access to a variety of video content, including highlights of GAA and Premiership football matches.