Is Maghound the Savior of Magazine Subs?

The last time I moved, I had to make a handful of phone calls and send a few emails to update my address for all of my magazine subscriptions. I thought at the time there should be a magazine hub, a centralized company with numerous publishing partnerships that could take care of it all and let me manage my subscriptions, too. Maghound is sorta like that. It is “the magazine lover’s best friend,” as imagined by Time Inc. Here’s how Folio describes it:

The membership pricing is tiered– three titles for $4.95 a month, five titles for $7.95, seven titles for $9.95, and $1 per title for eight titles or more.  Memberships can be entirely managed online, as well as by email and phone, from changing magazine title selections to updating personal information and placing magazine delivery on hold for a temporary period.

It’s interesting, if you’re interested in that sort of thing.

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One response to “Is Maghound the Savior of Magazine Subs?”

  1. Kirk says:

    Cool idea. I like it MUCH better than getting dunned for subscription renewals, three months after you subscribe to a magazine. (Present company excluded, of course.)