For those of you who get your daily news from the Billings Gazette website, you'll be paying for it soon.  The Gazette has implemented a "Online Subscription Plan," which is also known as a "paywall."

If you want to see more than 20 different pages of content in a month on their website, you have to pay for it.  You can get the details on the new paywall here.  Careful though, it  will count as a page view!

Online readers who have a print subscription will receive a deep discount on their digital subscription. For full access, it will cost $1.95 for a 30-day period. Non-subscribers can purchase full access for $6.95 for a 30-day period. Annual subscriptions are deeply discounted — $19.50 a year for print subscribers and $69.50 a year for non-subscribers.

Since commenting on articles counts as a page views, you'll have a limited number of stories you can comment on per month before you have to pay a subscription fee.

Don't worry, our online content will remain free of charge!  Will you be paying to use the Gazette's website?