Kate Taylor
Digital Content Manager

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Practical Motorhome is now available as a digital issue, which is the greenest and cheapest way to subscribe, with no paper or postage. It’s the perfect solution for motorcaravanners who want to subscribe to Practical Motorhome, but spend several months a year abroad in their ’van and don’t want issues of the magazine to pile up in their letterbox.

Practical Motorhome is now available as a digital issue, which is the greenest and cheapest way to subscribe, with no paper or postage.

 

It’s the perfect solution for motorcaravanners who want to subscribe to Practical Motorhome, but spend several months a year abroad in their ’van and don’t want issues of the magazine to pile up in their letterbox.

 

The digital issue is available from Zinio, which offers magazines from around the world in digital form. You can download issues and read them off line, read and share articles, buy digital subscriptions or single issues, and manage your library on multiple devices – from personal computers, to tablets such as the iPad.

 

It simply transforms Practical Motorhome print magazines into a digital format, so you get exactly the same content, with the same design, just delivered over the internet, straight to your desktop or tablet.

 

The digital version of Practical Motorhome is available as a year’s subscription (which is 13 issues).  Alternatively, you can buy a single issue.

 

Every imagazine since the August 2011 issue is currently available to download, and they’ll be joined by every issue of the magazine going forward.

 

Click here to find out more, and download your digital issue of Practical Motorhome.

 

Users debate Zinio versus Exact Editions as digital suppliers on our Forum.

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