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See also: AZCentral.com Shake-Down: Online Content to Cost $10 a Month

If you don't subscribe to the dead-tree version of the Arizona Republic, you'll have to pony up $10 a month if you want to read a "significant number" of articles on its website, azcentral.com.

If you do have an old-school paper subscription, online access is free. By "free," we mean the price of subscription is going up seven cents a day, the paper announced.

Without offering up the $10 a month, you can still read 20 articles a month, and there will undoubtedly be a workaround to cheat and get it for free.

That said, are you going to offer up the $10 a month to get full access to the articles?

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