Delivery available for free paper

25th October 2007, Comments 0 comments

25 October 2007, AMSTERDAM (ANP) – From 5 November households will be able to pay to have free newspaper DAG delivered to their doors. Customers will only be charged delivery costs. The paper will still be entirely free to pick up at locations where it is now available, a DAG spokesperson said on Thursday.

25 October 2007

AMSTERDAM (ANP) – From 5 November households will be able to pay to have free newspaper DAG delivered to their doors. Customers will only be charged delivery costs. The paper will still be entirely free to pick up at locations where it is now available, a DAG spokesperson said on Thursday.

DAG was set up by telecom provider KPN and publisher PCM, which also publishes the Volkskrant and other papers. DAG subscribers will have a choice of two options in future: a subscription only to DAG, or a combination of DAG on week days and Volkskrant on Saturdays.

[Copyright Expatica News + ANP 2007]

Subject: Dutch news

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