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Current subscribers who have the newspaper delivered at least two days per week receive unlimited digital access at no additional charge. This features unlimited access to StarTribune.com on any device, plus the full range of Star Tribune news apps for your smartphone (iPhone and Android-powered phones) and your tablet (iPad, Android and Amazon's Kindle Fire).
If you receive Sunday-only delivery, you can add unlimited digital access for just a small additional charge.
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Visitors to StarTribune.com, mobile site m.StarTribune.com, and the iPhone, Android and Amazon Kindle Fire apps can read up to 10 stories per month. After that, a digital subscription will be required to read more. Articles and blog posts count toward the 10-story limit, but visitors can browse the homepage, section fronts, headlines, photos, videos, classifieds and obituaries without limits.
Access to your iPad app is also included in the subscription. The iPad app will be free to download but will require a digital access subscription or qualifying print subscription to view any content.
Visitors approaching their monthly story limit will receive a pop-up alert notifying them how many free articles remain in the current month.
No, if a visitor views an article that has already been read in the current month, it will not count again toward their monthly limit.
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