The Times starts charging to access website

One of Britain's most famous newspapers, The Times, has started charging readers to access its website.

It will cost 1£ or €1.02c daily to access the online version of the newspaper.

The Sunday Times will also charge for access to its website.

The Financial Times already makes readers pay for online content, while the Wall Street Journal is currently the only major US paper charging readers for full access online.

The New York Times plans to start charging for online content in early 2011.

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