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  • The FT sees subscribers surge following Brexit vote
  • The FT sees subscribers surge following Brexit vote
    Hernán Piñera (2013) ©
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The FT sees subscribers surge following Brexit vote

On the eve of the EU referendum, the Financial Times dropped its paywall for 24 hours, ensuring that everyone who wanted to vote had access to the facts. But rather than readers enjoying a convenient content free-for-all, the push led to a 600% surge in digital subscriptions. 

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