Jeff Bezos is finally bringing the Washington Post, which he purchased two years ago, into the Amazon.com fold.
The Seattle e-commerce company announced Wednesday that Amazon Prime members can get access to six months of free, unlimited access to the Post's national digital edition, a subscription offering usually sold for $9.99 a month.
After the first six months, Prime members can continue to receive access with a discounted monthly subscription rate of $3.99.
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