Google News Is Getting Out of Digital Magazine Subscriptions
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Google News is getting out of the digital magazine subscription business, reports The Verge. Readers who subscribe to print-replica magazines via Google News will no longer be able to do so, or to renew existing subscriptions, effective immediately. Google notified subscribers via email of the change and informed them that they would receive a refund of their last payment. When they receive their refund will depend on how they paid for their subscriptions. Subscribers can check the status of their refund in their Google Payments account, says Android Police.
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