PHILADELPHIA — The Philadelphia Inquirer and the Philadelphia Daily News will soon begin charging readers for unlimited access to their website

Philadelphia Media Network says the new pricing will go into effect Tuesday.

The company says those who subscribe will also receive current and archival digital replicas of the newspapers.

Readers who don’t subscribe to the digital service will be able to view up to 10 articles every 30 days. The company joins a number of news organizations, large and small, that charge for digital content.

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