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Gulf News ePaper edition
Want to read the paper as it was printed? Gulf News is now available in ePaper format.
This easy to read and easy to use system allows readers to leaf through the newspaper the way it was printed, with every article and photograph exactly as it is in the printed edition.
Click here to go to the Gulf News ePaper site and register for a FREE seven day trial.
Frequently Asked Questions:
Is ePaper free?
You will have to subscribe to view the Gulf News ePaper, but to test it out you can sign up for a free seven day trial of the service.
Will I have to give my credit card details?
When you sign up for the free seven day trial you will not be asked to give any credit card details. If you decide to take up an ePaper subscription then you will need to make a payment, if you decide against it then the trial will end and no payment will be taken.
What benefits will ePaper give me?
As well as being able to read Gulf News the way it was printed, you will also be able to search old stories (depending on level of subscription), bookmark and email articles you like, translate pieces into foreign languages and magnify the text on the page.
Is it easy to use?
The ePaper interface is easy to use and shouldn’t take much time to get used to, but if you need assistance with the more advanced features then there is a help button in the top right hand corner of the ePaper site
Can I still see the front page?
The PDF file of the Gulf News front page will still be free on the ePaper website and on www.gulfnews.com
How much will it cost me?
Subscription costs for the Gulf News ePaper are as follows:
One month: $15
Three months: $30
Six months: $50
One year: $80
What do I need to be able to use ePaper:
If you have PC: Windows 2000, Windows XP or Windows Vista
Internet Explorer 6.0+ or Firefox 2.0+ or Netscape 7.2+ - with cookies enabled and a1024 x 768 (or higher) screen resolution
If you have a Mac: Mac OS X or better, Firefox 2.0+ or Netscape 7.2+ - with cookies enabled, 1024 x 768 (or higher) screen resolution.
Note: Safari is not currently supported but will be in the near future. Please check again for availability.
How can I cancel?
We would hope that you wouldn’t want to cancel your subscription, but if you do you can cancel at any point by sending an email to the support desk of our partner company via the ePaper website at least two business days prior to the expiry date of your subscription.