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How to read paid-content free

Many of us like to read the the latest articles, comments, opinions on say the WallStreet Journal, The Financial Times etc but some of these websites charge a subscription fee for them. Now here comes a workaround that allows you access to these sites

Congoo NetPass is a free service launched this spring that offers limited access to subscription-only articles with just a few clicks of your mouse. It works with 35 sites offering paid content from more than 300 sources, including Morningstar, the New Republic, and the Philadelphia Inquirer. (Several sites offer content from multiple sources., for example, archives more than 200 city newspapers and newswires.) Depending on the site, you can make between four and 15 free visits to paid-content per month.

Over time, that can add up to substantial savings. An annual membership to Encyclopaedia Britannica, for example, would regularly cost you $69.95 ($84.95 if you also wanted access to Merriam-Webster Unabridged). But by using the Congoo toolbar, you can access five articles a month.(via)

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