PCA Subscription

  pj123 15:15 19 Nov 2005

Crikey! have I had 12 months mags already? Just noticed a DD coming out for the next 12 months.

  CurlyWhirly 15:57 19 Nov 2005

I will continue to subscribe as the savings are not to be sneezed at!

One thing I have often wondered and that is that PCA must have substantial postage costs delivering the PCA magazine to *every* subscriber in the UK!

  spuds 16:39 19 Nov 2005

pj123--Any increase in price. I have recently received reminders for three other computer magazines, all have increased the price.So, in my cases cancellations are about due, as I tend to find similar articles are being reproduced in each magazine. Can always return with a new subscription, which no doubt will be a special offer with extra freebies.

CurlyWhirly--I think you will find that the postage on certain magazines are heavily subsidised.

  pj123 17:01 19 Nov 2005

spuds, No increase. Same as the last 12 months.

I used to get it delivered monthly from my local Newsagent (you know the thing. Support your local shops or lose them). Sorry but there is almost a £2 difference between my local shop and a direct subscription. Is that PCAs fault or is my local shop adding far too much. I notice on the cover of my PCA mag it is listed as £4.99, (DVD issue) so obviously that is the price you pay from a Newsagents. I do still get my daily newspapers delivered and also another PC magazine (with the same initials as PC Advisor) from my local shop.

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