Daily & Sunday Telegraph. 7 day home delivery $4.95/ week. New suscribers only

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Join some of Australia’s most respected journalists Monday to Sunday as they keep tabs on what’s happening locally and internationally in the world of business and current affairs. Then relax with all the latest sport, entertainment news and our great special interest lift-outs.

These offers are introductory for new subscribers only and only available within NSW or ACT where normal delivery exists.

^ 7-Day Offer is for delivery of The Daily Telegraph Monday to Saturday, and The Sunday Telegraph on Sunday. Payment by credit / debit card only (most major credit cards are accepted). Payment can be made by a one-off 12 week term payment, or by automatic recurring monthly credit / debit card payments. The recurring credit / debit card payment will be deducted on the same day each month for the month in advance, until such time as we are advised to stop. Some months of the year can be shorter or longer than others, therefore the amount deducted will vary between a four and five week calculation. The monthly price quoted of $29.75 is based on a five week month. The cost for a four week month will be $23.80. This includes a GST component. The one-off payment for a 12 week term is $71.40.

  • Sports Lover Offer is for delivery of The Daily Telegraph Friday, Saturday and Monday and The Sunday Telegraph on Sunday. Payment by credit / debit card only (most major credit debit cards are accepted). Payment can be made by a one-off 12 week term payment, or by automatic recurring monthly credit /debit card payments. The recurring credit card payment will be deducted on the same day each month for the month in advance, until such time as we are advised to stop. Some months of the year can be shorter or longer than others, therefore the amount deducted will vary between a four and five week calculation. The monthly price quoted of $20.00 is based on a five week month. The cost for a four week month will be $16.00. This includes a GST component. The one-off payment for a 12 week term is $48.00.

~ Weekend Offer is for delivery of The Daily Telegraph on Saturday and The Sunday Telegraph on Sunday. Payment by credit card / debit card only (most major credit / debit cards are accepted). Payment can be made by a one-off 12 week term payment, or by automatic recurring monthly credit / debit card payments. The recurring credit / debit card payment will be deducted on the same day each month, for the month in advance, until such time as we are advised to stop. Some months of the year can be shorter or longer than others, therefore the amount deducted will vary between a four and five week calculation. The monthly price quoted of $10.00 is based on a five week month. The cost for a four week month will be $8.00. This includes a GST component. The one-off payment for a 12 week term is $24.00.

Sunday Offer is for delivery of The Sunday Telegraph on Sunday. Payment by credit / debit card only (most major credit / debit cards are accepted). Payment can be made by a one-off 12 week term payment, or by automatic recurring monthly credit /debit card payments. The recurring credit / debit card payment will be deducted on the same day each month, for the month in advance until such time as we are advised to stop. Some months of the year can be shorter or longer than others, therefore the amount deducted will vary between a four and five week calculation. The monthly price quoted of $6.50 is based on a five week month. The cost for a four week month will be $5.20. This includes a GST component. The one-off payment for a 12 week term is $15.60.


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    This is not always work.
    I got 2 calls last year and paid by credit card, however, I am living in a townhouse, the newsagent did not bother to deliver the newspaper at my doorstep because they did not want to drive their car into our site, my house is NOT on the road side.

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      Yes i concur. some newsagents are very unreasonable!

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      Agreed - or the ones who delivered the wrong paper each week and would tell me to bring in back and they would exchange it, as it was too much trouble for them to deliver the right one. AND when I complained to the newspaper, they said there was nothing they would or could do, except refund me the subscription.

      Guess which one I took…. and I have never set foot inside a newsagency since. You can even buy Lotto on the internet.

      The best things that ever happened to Newsagents has been the Internet

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    Enjoy yesterdays news, today!

  • +2 votes

    "…most respected journalists…"? Gawd! What's the benchmark?

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    What no negatives - New subscribers only? what about loyalty to old subscribers? Where are our serial negative posters the ones who hammer the banks for the same policy?? LOL

    BTW “…most respected journalists…”? Gawd! What’s the benchmark? - Yesterdays paper.