Here are the nuts and bolts of our new digital subscriptions

The Salt Lake Tribune has joined the growing number of news organizations offering online subscriptions. All money after credit card costs will go directly into providing the top-level journalism our readers have come to recognize.

Starting Thursday, visitors to sltrib.com and to The Salt Lake Tribune’s mobile app may view up to 10 articles or comments pages per month free of charge. If you want to read more than 10 per month, you will need to sign up for a digital subscription, which will give you unlimited access to all Tribune content.

If you do not have a print subscription to The Tribune, you can subscribe for $7.99 a month (99 cents for the first month). Or you can sign up for an annual subscription for $79.90 (two months free). The monthly deal is charged monthly, and the annual deal is charged once a year.

Those who have print subscriptions and want to add digital can do so for $1.99 per month. (Annual digital subscriptions are not available for print subscribers.)

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This will be charged separately from your print subscription through the process described above. In other words, print subscribers who add digital will continue to be billed for print through their existing arrangements, and the $1.99 digital portion will be charged monthly through a credit card.

All digital subscriptions require a credit card, and they will auto-renew at the end of each month or year unless they have been canceled. You can cancel at any time. We do not offer refunds, but you will continue to have access to the end of any term you’ve paid for.

Each subscription is associated with a single email address, but it can be used on up to five devices.

The monthly limit only applies to article and comments pages. Everyone will have unlimited access to the sltrib.com home page, section pages, search pages, obituary pages and podcasts. Those are not counted as part of the 10 per month.

Each article or comments page counts just once toward the 10-page limit — so readers can revisit a page as many times as they like.

We also have rates for groups of 100 or more. Contact us at subscribe@sltrib.com for more details.

Have questions? Try our FAQ page. If you still have questions, send us a note at subscribe@sltrib.com. Thank you for reading.