The Denver Post will implement metered paywall for online content Dec. 2

Offering 30-day digital trial for 99 cents

DENVER - Digital First Media, which manages Denver Post owner MediaNews Group, is adopting a metered paywall system for all but one of its 75 daily newspapers.

The Post's all-access subscription model will roll out Dec. 2.

Under the new system, nonsubscribers will have to pay for access to The Post's digital content after viewing 25 articles on the desktop website or 99 articles on mobile devices.

Readers will be offered a 30-day digital trial for 99 cents.

After the trial, plans will start at $11.99 a month for a digital-only subscription, which includes unlimited access to content on the Web and mobile apps as well as the digital replica edition. A seven-day-a-week print and digital all-access subscription will cost $5.50 a week for new customers. The Post also offers Wednesday-through-Sunday and Sunday-only print and digital subscriptions.

More details are available at The Denver Post: