One of the features of any tablet device that customers have grown used to is the ability to touch an app with a finger tip and have instant access to their content. This instantaneous ability to see all purchased content may be what has driven NextIssue Media to reformulate what consumers may be used to with digital magazine publication.
Unlike per-issue purchases or subscriptions that were based on the same formula as print magazine subscriptions, NextIssue users have unlimited access to every title in the catalog, all for one fee through their two different unlimited access plans. The first plan, priced at $9.99 per month, gives users complete access to 90 different popular titles, including Cooking Light, Esquire, Real Simple, Vanity Fair, Wired, and others. The premium plan, which runs $14.99 per month, offers access to 101 different titles from major magazine publishers.
A release from the company today announced, “We are absolutely thrilled to announce you now get unlimited access to over 100 digital magazines available on the Next Issue app—101 to be exact. In the last two months, eight new titles joined our ranks: Newsweek, Shape, Consumer Reports, Entrepreneur, Motor Trend, PC Magazine, ShopSmart, and Ski. And we can’t give you the juicy details, but you can expect even more very soon.”
NextIssue is running a current special for new customers to try out the service free for thirty days. One feature that has made NextIssue so popular for a trial period is its model that does not require a credit card to try the service, unlike companies who record payment information then charge the user unless a cancellation is made within the given time frame.