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The Washington Post paywall is up

Readers of The Washington Post, take note: the paper's online paywall launched today.

Publisher Katharine Weymouth last week announced the Post would begin "phasing in our metered subscription model" on June 12, but noted it "will take us a few weeks to get everyone into the system."

Non-subscribers will be allowed to view 20 pieces of content per month, but that limit isn't set in stone: The paywall can be circumvented by accessing the site through search engines, outside links and social media "regardless of the number of articles they have previously viewed," Weymouth wrote in the letter to readers.

Digital packages, including access to the desktop and mobile websites, will be $9.99 per month. The all-digital package, which includes access to custom apps, will be priced at $14.99, while home delivery subscribers will have access to all of the Post's digital products.