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The Telegraph [Kindle Edition]

by Telegraph Media Group
3.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (220 customer reviews)

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Monthly Price: 9.99  includes VAT* & free wireless delivery via Amazon Whispernet

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The Telegraph is renowned for its outstanding news coverage, insight and agenda-setting journalism - everything readers have come to expect from the UK's best-selling quality daily newspaper.

Delivered wirelessly from 6am London time, seven days a week, The Telegraph for Kindle offers news, comment and features from the country's leading political and business journalists, award-winning sports writers and top columnists. Together, they lend their distinctive voice, personality and trusted comment to the full range of Telegraph content.

Now with images and improved navigation, the new version includes all main sections of the print edition, as well as daily supplements and weekend magazines, specially selected by the Editor and all optimised for the Kindle. Plus, by popular demand, readers can now also enjoy the celebrated Matt cartoon.

The full list of supplements comprises: Telegraph Magazine, Weekend, Review, Gardening, Travel, Your Money, Property and Motoring on Saturdays, and Stella Magazine, Seven, Life, Discover and Money on Sundays.

Enjoy The Telegraph wherever you are with the new Kindle edition.

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376 of 385 people found the following review helpful
Currently The Telegraph offers an "e-paper" edition through their website. This is in full colour with all the pictures from the newspaper.

Unfortunately the description from this edition doesn't seem to have changed from when the Kindle edition was being offered to US Kindles. It says that pictures and charts are not included, yet the price is 50% higher than the "e-paper" edition.

I'm hoping that this is because Amazon have simply copied the details of their US offering onto the UK website and that The Telegraph have yet to update how they will deal with delivering their UK newspaper to UK readers using UK Kindles.

They will need to reduce the price to the same as the e-paper (or maybe include a slight premium to take account of the delivery over Whispernet) and increase the content to the same as the e-paper - i.e. to include pictures and charts (in colour for those that read on PC, iPad, etc.)

I was looking forward to getting my Telegraph delivered automatically every day to my new Kindle when it arrives. But I refuse to pay a 50% premium for a cut-down service.

Importantly, since the Kindle now includes a webkit web-browser, Amazon and The Telegraph need to provide a unique selling point to justify why I should pay for a subscription service rather than just use the web-browser and free 3G to browse their website.

UPDATE:

Since my original review, the price has been reduced to the same as the "e-paper" edition. In my view this increases the value-for money substantially and I have therefore awarded an additional star.

What would now be required to score higher? Well I really would like it if a human being actually bothered to read the Kindle edition before posting it for download.
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129 of 132 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Weekend editions crash my Kindle 7 Jan 2012
By sja
Having received a new 6" Kindle for Christmas, I am currently trialling the Daily Telegraph subscription. The daily edition is excellent; it is delivered wirelessly to my Kindle at about 3 am(!), and now contains pictures and the Matt cartoon. It is easy to read and to navigate around, and has two major benefits when travelling: (a) it is small and (b) it is clean! Any errors in it are no worse than in Kindle versions of books - e.g. spaces before punctuation, question marks instead of symbols, etc. - and I am aware that this is a problem when a hard copy has been scanned for electronic use.

There is a serious issue with the weekend editions, though. They may appear in the contents list on the Kindle, but when I try to open them the Kindle crashes and I get a message to delete them from the Kindle and download them via USB, which is inconvenient - especially if I'm away. Moreover, having downloaded them, I can read some of the sections (although accessing them is very slow), but if I try to access the magazine or any sections that come after it in the contents list, the Kindle crashes. Last weekend my Kindle crashed 23 times before I gave up and deleted the papers. Today, I have had the same problem; I tried to access the main paper twice and my Kindle crashed twice, so I have already deleted it and will again be buying a hard copy. This is a major problem, and for this reason I am very unlikely to maintain my subscription beyond the trial period.
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17 of 17 people found the following review helpful
By Almo
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Update (December 2012):

There is not yet a Kindle Fire version of the Telegraph, which is a shame. I hope that will be coming soon and that they will then be able to include all pictures, graphs, tables, etc in colour as they are in the print editions. I'm still very happy reading this on my basic Kindle, but the Kindle Fire gives a whole new platform to take this product to the next level and the fact that they haven't yet done so means that I've taken a star off from my original review. I'll gladly reinstate it when the product catches up with the technology!

Original review (May 2012):

When I read some of the reviews I wasn't entirely sure whether to even try this, but I'm really glad I did! I find the Telegraph to be the most accessible and least contrived of the UK broadsheets but my problem has always been just that - it's a VERY broad sheet and cumbersome to read as a result. So for me this has been something of a revelation - it's organised into sections (and for the weekend editions you get a lot more sections just as with the print edition - but without the need for an additional recycling bin..). It's very easy to navigate and you actually get more pictures (albeit not in colour) than I'd expected. I've done a quick comparison between the print version and the kindle version and it looks to me that you get virtually all of the same content (minus the adverts which for me is a distinct bonus, the crosswords which I never do anyway and the business dashboard which you can get online if you really need it anyway). So, by way of summary - much cheaper than the print version, much more convenient and every bit as good in terms of content. Highly recommended.
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169 of 177 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Mixed 9 Sep 2010
I'm a bit confused by all the negativity here. For 10 per month, you get a copy of a decent paper delivered every morning, including Saturdays & Sundays, which was a nice suprise. So thats a lot cheaper and more portable than the paper version, and even better when you're by the pool on holiday.

From a quick scan there are over 100 articles on the daily edition and 200+ on the weekend, so it feels pretty comprehensive, and with a paper like the Telegraph you know the content is going to be well written and of a somewhat right of centre political outlook.

So for me, this is great. Good content everyday for a reasonable price and minimal hassle.

Negatives - doesnt have pictures, but so far I'm not really missing them. I want the actual news! doesnt have tables, thats really annoying for things like the football, but I can get that thorugh other means. Fix the pictures/tables in a way that keeps a nice user experience, and it'd be a 5*
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1.0 out of 5 stars One Star
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Published 3 days ago by Arthur Maclean
4.0 out of 5 stars Good coverage of current wvents esp
Good coverage of current wvents esp. of Scottish indepenence with well argued views on both sides. Excellent book reviews and he prob, won't like me saying it but wise and... Read more
Published 3 days ago by MRS M.P.
5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars
So easy to read and perfect for travelling to have all the news and stories on my kindle
Published 9 days ago by Christine Ford
4.0 out of 5 stars I like getting the telegraph on my kindle though I still ...
I like getting the telegraph on my kindle though I still prefer the paper copy nevertheless it suits me - I do wish the kindle copy would carry the sports results and sometimes... Read more
Published 25 days ago by Stephen Murray
3.0 out of 5 stars Poor Content
Very little photographic content. No TV listings in Weekend. No interest rate comparison tables in Your Money, & no share price listings in same.
Published 26 days ago by Michael Geoffrey Boden
2.0 out of 5 stars Two Stars
Couldn't find the crossword
Published 1 month ago by Robin P Clarke
2.0 out of 5 stars Very disappointing
Easy to use but seriously lacking on content compared to either the paper edition or their website. Not worth the money.
Published 1 month ago by Paul
5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars
Excellent journalism
Published 1 month ago by Sarah Jane Boote Powell
3.0 out of 5 stars Three Stars
TO MANY NONE NEW ITEMS !
Published 1 month ago by mike roberts
5.0 out of 5 stars Best Daily
In my opinion the best daily paper on the market.
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