Inquirer Plus is the digital version of the country’s top daily newspaper, Philippine Daily Inquirer newspaper. It is available as a mobile app in Google Play and App Store.
Inquirer Plus is the digital version of the Philippine Daily Inquirer print edition. It also includes other print titles from newspapers, magazines, and e-books. Inquirer Plus has exclusive stories and content not available in the print edition and in Inquirer.net.
Yes. It carries more than 30 titles, including the following: Philippine Daily Inquirer, Northern Living, Southern Living, Scout Magazine, Best Desserts, and Inquirer Young Blood. It also has ASEAN newspapers like The Star (Malaysia) and Jakarta Post.
Yes. But once you have downloaded an issue, you will be able to view it offline as well.
Download the Inquirer Plus App on Apple Store or Google Play (Free App) and sign in using your username and password. Activate your subscription by confirming the activation link sent to your email. If you don’t receive an email, you can call 8896-6000 and 0908 896 6000
Download the Inquirer Plus App on Apple Store or Google Play (Free App) and get 30 FREE issues automatically.
The one-year subscription packages are worth P1490, P1990, and P2290.
If you availed of monthly billing, your payment method will automatically be charged every month for 12 months, without cancellation; afterwhich, your subscription will be renewed monthly until you cancel. Your subscription will continue until you cancel.
What features does Inquirer Plus have?
Inquirer Plus gives you a pleasant news reading experience. Its features include text size adjustment, zoom, text-to-audio, bookmarking, commenting, social sharing, and downloading for offline reading.
When can I start accessing my Inquirer Plus subscription?
You will receive an email to activate your account within three working days.
The free 30-day trial only offers Philippine Daily Inquirer issues from the last seven days, while the paid Inquirer Plus plan provides access to the Inquirer’s archives, as well as more than 30 publications, including Jakarta Post, The Star (Malaysia), Northern Living, Southern Living, Scout Magazine, F&B Report, and books such as Best Desserts and Inquirer Young Blood.
The first 30 issues are free. After you have used up your free trial, you may continue reading the Inquirer by choosing from one of the subscription packages.
Yes, the only limit shall be the storage capacity of your device.
Yes. You can access it here — http://
A maximum of 1 device is allowed for subscribers to the Inquirer Plus Basic subscription plan. For the Premium and All Access plans, three devices are allowed.
Today’s issue of the Philippine Daily Inquirer usually becomes available at 4:00 A.M, Manila time (GMT+8).
The All Access subscription plan allows you to use Inquirer Plus on three devices. If you are subscribed to this plan, you may share Inquirer Plus with your family and friends.
Yes, the app allows you to share stories on Facebook, Viber and Instagram. You will need to grant app permission to do so.
If you availed of monthly billing, your subscription will automatically be renewed every month until you cancel your subscription.
If you availed of full payment, you will receive a renewal notification before your subscription expires. If you do not renew, your login credentials to the app will expire.
After the lock-in period of one year, you may cancel your subscription anytime. Cancellations during the lock-in period cannot be refunded. We highly encourage you to endorse a school or institution that can still benefit from your remaining months of subscription.
We highly encourage you to temporarily suspend your account if necessary. You can contact us via email and our hotline numbers and we will be glad to assist you.
For inquiries not included in our FAQ section, send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at 8896-6000, 0908 896 6000, and 0919 083 8000.