When Apple announced Apple News+ at its ‘Show Time’ event, it highlighted that it had managed to get The Wall Street Journal’s onboard the service. Given that a monthly WSJ subscription costs $39, getting access to its content via Apple News+ for $9.99/month made it sound like an incredibly tempting deal.
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