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The New York Times Cuts Back on Viewable Articles from 20 to 10

Hey cheapskates, pay up. That’s basically the message behind The New York Times cutting back on the number of free articles non-subscribers can view per month from 20 to 10. All Things D reports that the change will start in April.

Everything else about the paywall remains the same. If you navigate to a Times story via Twitter or Facebook you can exceed the monthly limit, so you can still find ways around paying.

But come on, don’t you think it’s time to just pay?

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