What kind of subscription do I need to have unlimited content access?

Visitors to The Washington Post web site or apps have access to a limited number of articles every month. Once you’ve reached your article limit, you will need a subscription to continue reading.

If you only want to read The Washington Post web site from a browser such as Internet Explorer, Safari, Firefox or Chrome, you need a Digital web only subscription. This subscription package includes the e-Replica edition, which is a digital replica of the DC print newspaper, accessible through the desktop web site. Mobile web site access is also included in this subscription

    If you would like unlimited access to our suite of Washington Post apps downloadable through an app Store such as iTunes, Amazon, or Google Play, you need a Digital Premium subscription.

    If you are using The Washington Post app for iPhone, you have complimentary access to this content and you do not need a subscription.

Home delivery print subscriptions to The Washington Post include a complimentary Digital Premium subscription.

Subscription options and pricing are available here:


If you are a subscriber and are not sure what kind of subscription package you have, you can check through your online account at www.washingtonpost.com/profile

Please note that online archives access is not included in any subscription package and must be purchased separately.

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  • Topic #: 15067-515
  • Date Created: 6/10/2013
  • Last Modified Since: 11/10/2014
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