Express & Star Scraps Online Paywall After Nine Months

By: Andrew Pugh | PressGazette.co.uk

The UK’s biggest selling regional newspaper, Wolverhampton’s Express & Star, has scrapped its online paywall less than a year after it was introduced.

The paywall was put in place in April 2011 when breaking news remained free-to-access but readers were asked to pay £2.34 a week to receive the printed newspaper alongside full online and mobile apps access.

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