Loc: Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
In Riyadh, it's not easy to get international magazines delivered to your home or office without suffering delays, censorship, or loosing issues. Not to mention how expensive a magazine can get when buying it from local bookstores or newsstands.<br><br>A few months ago, I subscribed with a couple of magazines through Zinio. Subscription costs are less and you get the magazine delivered electronically to your computer to read with their reader, or you can login to your account on their website to read your purchased magazines.<br><br>So far, it's been wonderful.. I've just received the current issue of Reader's Digest and I suspect it would reach the market here after a few weeks, after passing through censorship and loosing 20% of it <br><br><br>[color:blue]flick</font color=blue>[color:red]r</font color=red>
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