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In a world flooded with information, a simple question cuts to the heart of every story: what does it mean to me? To tell Ireland's story each and every day, our journalists relentlessly pursue the news that matters. In the search for the facts, we ask a lot of questions. What happened? Who is affected? Why is it important? How, exactly, does it affect our readers? And what does it really mean to me?
We are asking our digital readers to continue to support our journalism by subscribing to independent.ie for stories that are unique and exclusive. Those stories will continue to appear in the print edition of the Irish Independent and the 'Sunday Independent’. Stories that will inform, explain and entertain. Stories that will challenge, provoke and hold power to account. Stories that the nation will be talking about. Stories that will tell you what you need to know. Stories that connect us. Stories that mean something. Real stories, worth paying for.
Frequently asked questions
Our digital subscription allows instant access, through app, web browser and ePaper to our award-winning coverage of the news and stories that matter to you.
We have access plans tailored to you and how you want to view your news. Our plans start from as little as €2 per week.
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The Premium bundle offers you access to all Premium content on Independent.ie. You can use your subscription across five different devices.
Our Premium+ bundle also includes access to the Irish Independent, Sunday Independent, Herald and Sunday World ePapers. Our ePapers are just like the daily newspaper, which is laid out by our editors so you can enjoy the classic page-turning print experience.
If you are already a Premium bundle subscriber and would like to try the ePaper experience, please contact our Customer Care team who will be delighted to help. Phone +353 (1) 705 5333 or email email@example.com
The ePaper is the daily digital edition of our newspaper. It looks just like the daily newspaper, which is laid out by our editors so you can enjoy the classic page-turning print experience. You can download and read offline, you can save, print and share articles as well as complete our inactive crosswords and puzzle.
If you subscribe to our Premium+ bundle you get access to the Irish Independent, Sunday Independent, Herald and Sunday World ePapers.
To log in, you need your username and a Pin number
If you have registered with Independent.ie, your username is your email address. You can find your Pin by navigating to ‘My Account’ in Independent.ie. Scroll to the Subscriptions section and you will see you ePaper pin there.
If you have subscribed through the Apple or Google App stores and not registered, you will have different username. To find this:
Yes – some content is for free and will continue to be free.
We have listened to our readers who have told us what is important to them. Our readers want the story of Ireland, every day. They want the whole story, not just the headlines. The detail and then what’s hidden beneath that.
This means we will continue to invest in great journalism and great journalists and writers. To maintain this quality, we are launching a subscription service so we can continue reporting and writing these stories for you.
We hope that you, like we do, will consider this worth paying for.
As a digital subscriber, you can pay via debit or credit card, Google Pay or Apple Pay. Your payment method will be charged automatically on a recurring basis. Your subscription will be renewed automatically, and you will be charged in advance of each billing cycle unless you cancel.
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You can change or cancel your subscription at any time by contacting Customer Care on +353 (1) 705 5333 or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
When you cancel, we will stop charging your account the following billing cycle. Your access will continue for the remainder of the cycle.
Please note: If you purchased your subscription through iTunes or Google Play, please refer to their terms and conditions.
If you subscribed and cannot access something has gone wrong, we’re sorry about that. Please contact Customer Care on +353 (1) 705 5333 or email email@example.com and we will do our best to get you up and running as soon as possible.
If you purchased your subscription through iTunes or Google Play, please check your account details with that provider.
We are sorry. Sometimes the security settings or pop up blockers on your device can cause issues when logging in or changing your password.
Please try to log in on a different web browser (e.g. Chrome or Firefox) or download our app, if you are using a smartphone.
If this does not work, please contact our Customer Care team on +353 (1) 705 5333 or email firstname.lastname@example.org and we will do our best to log you in as quickly as possible.
Yes, you can use your digital subscription on up to five devices. To do this, you need to log in with your username and password (or your Pin for the ePaper) on a separate device.
If you subscribed through the Apple or Google App stores, you will need to ensure that you register first on Independent.ie. You can register on the Independent.ie App by:
Yes! You can use your subscription to stay close to the news and stories that matters to you, no matter where you are in the world.
To change your email address, please phone Customer Care on +353 (1) 705 5333 or email email@example.com and we will help you.
No, however our partners Reach Home Delivery offer a delivery service to Dublin and a number of large cities and towns in Ireland.
Yes, we offer corporate digital subscriptions, invoiced annually with group rates available according to volume of users required. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org with the number of users you would like to have access as part of your corporate digital subscription and we will be happy to provide a quotation
No, sorry this service is not available yet. We are working on this.
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