evo's joint print and iPad subscription

evo is proud to announce its new joint print and iPad subscription, saving you nearly 80 per cent

evo joint print and iPad subscription

In December 2010, we were proud to be one of the first magazines in the world to launch an interactive iPad edition. Since then, we’ve really valued the feedback of our readers and have worked hard behind the scenes to produce an iPad edition that gave you something that complemented our printed magazine. We’re now proud to bring our two editions even closer together by offering a combined print and iPad subscription for the first time. Existing print subscribers can upgrade their subscription to include the iPad edition at a heavily discounted rate and enjoy the best of both worlds. Our iPad edition is full of additional interactive content and videos, but we’ve put together a package that means you can enjoy these extras for just 50p more per issue. If you haven’t yet subscribed, we’ve also extended our traditional 3 issues for £1 promotion to include the iPad edition. After getting three issues of each edition for just £1 – plus a free 26-piece toolkit as a welcome gift – it costs just £26.75 every six issues to continue your subscription. That’s a saving of 12% on the shop price and a massive 79% discount on a digital subscription. Click here to start your subscription now.

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