Access to digital version of ‘The Irish Times’ for all readers
Due to the severe weather ‘The Irish Times’ has been unable to complete deliveries
Readers can continue to access the latest weather and travel information and ‘The Irish Times’ full digital and mobile service at irishtimes.com and on its app.
The Irish Times is giving readers free mobile and tablet access to both the Friday and Saturday ePaper, which is a complete digital replica of the print edition.
This is because the severe weather means The Irish Times had been unable to complete deliveries of its print edition to retail outlets nationwide.
Readers can access the ePaper by downloading The Irish Times ePaper app at the App Store for IOS and Google play for Android.
On first use, readers will be prompted to enter the voucher code irishtimesemma to read the paper as printed. (The code should be entered in the relevant space after clicking the “sign in” tab in the dropdown menu.)
The Irish Times’s Circulation Director Fran Walsh said: “We would like to sincerely apologise to all customers who are unable to access print copies of The Irish Times.
“We are working on restoring our full distribution network in the coming hours and days.”
In addition to the ePaper, readers can continue to access the latest weather and travel information and The Irish Times full digital and mobile service at irishtimes.com and on its app.