The Washington Post offers free subscriptions for students, military, and government employees

The Washington Post started an online subscription  system, limiting the number of articles one can view for free to 20 per month. In October, The Post began offering free membership to students, military, and government employees.

The Washington, D.C. based newspaper unrolled the offering, as an addition to the original paywall plan, which allowed students, military, and government workers to fully-access the site, while at school or work. This new roll-out will allow access to the site anywhere a registered user chooses.

For instructions on how to register for your free subscription follow the link: registration page. (link updated)