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THE AUSTRALIAN FINANCIAL REVIEW (PRINT + DIGITAL) NEWSPAPER SUBSCRIPTION

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About The Australian Financial Review (Print + Digital) newspaper: Enjoy The Australian Financial Review delivered to your door 5 or 6 days a week, plus access the Financial Review online and our new app for iPad. What’s included:

-Either Mon-Fri newspaper delivered to your home of office.

-Up to 35 inserted magazines each year included Financial Review BOSS, AFR Magazine, Capital, Luxury, and Sophisticated Traveller.

-Online Access 24/7 to keep up to date with breaking news and updates.

-New app for iPad with rich multimedia, exclusive content, and the latest news and analysis Plus, your subscription could be tax deductible.

Offer only available in Australia where normal home delivery exists. Address must be a street address. PO Boxes can not be delivered to.

The Australian Financial Review (Print + Digital) is published 312 times per year. Please allow up to two to four weeks for your first delivery.

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5 stars
by David

The Financial Review is the best source of business news in Australia. no other publication has the breadth or the gravitas. The best thing about the AFR is that the editorial is real and unfetted, they won't let commercial interests influence what they write about. All the others are just pretenders.

 
1 stars
by Val

The online edition of the Fin Review is a waste. I tried it for a while and found that my iPad screen was mostly full of banner and other advertisements as well as the normal quota of advertisements in the paper as well. The arrows to turn the page were cumbersome to use making the paper edition much more user friendly and cheaper.

 
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