When does my free six months of access begin and what happens when it ends?

Your six months of free access begins when The Washington Post app is delivered to your Kindle or Android device.  If you want to see how much time remains in your free six months of access, you can check in your Amazon account settings at https://www.amazon.com/gp/mas/your-account/myapps.

The free 6-month subscription to The Washington Post app for Kindle Fire is separate from any other existing Washington Post subscription you may already have. A National Digital Edition, National Digital + D.C. Edition, or Print subscription gives you content access to the Washington Post web site and/or Classic app, depending on your subscription type.
 
The new Washington Post app for Android devices comes with an exclusive offer of 6 months for free for new customers. As your subscription is tied to your Amazon account, if you are already enjoying the Washington Post app on your Kindle Fire, your free trial, or purchased subscription, will carry over to your Android device.

After the free trial period you will be offered the opportunity to purchase a National Digital Edition subscription. This gives you full content access The Washington Post app and the Washington Post web sites. This access does not include access to The Washington Post Classic app for Kindle Fire or The Washington Post app for Android tablet, iPad, or Smartphone

Once you’ve purchased your subscription, you will need to go through your Amazon account for any billing related issues.
You can contact Amazon by phone at 1-888-280-3321 or visit: http://www.amazon.com/gp/help/customer/display.html?nodeId=201357590  for your account information.

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