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Berita Harian launches new all-in-one price package for print, online, smartphones and tablets

Singapore, 10 January 2014 – Berita Harian (BH), Singapore's Malay-language daily published by Singapore Press Holdings (SPH), announced today its new all-in-one price package for its print, online, smartphone and tablet platforms, after a one-month free trial of its new smartphone and tablet apps, as well as a revamped website 

Readers can choose the BH all-in-one package, which includes the print, online, iPad, smartphone and HTML5 versions, at a price of $18.99 per month plus a delivery fee of $3-$5 depending on type of residence. Subscribers of the BH all-in-one package can access the BH app concurrently on up to 4 mobile devices, in addition to accessing the BH online edition.

Subscribers can access the full daily BH and other premium content – in PDF and native editions – as well as a 7-day archive of past BH issues on the digital platforms. Daily news summaries and real-time breaking news remain free for all to access. 

The various BH editions can also be purchased separately. The 
BH iPadBH Smartphone and BH Online subscription plans are each available at $16.45 a month. The cost of the BH Print subscription plan is $14.45 per month plus a delivery fee of $3-$5 (depending on type of residence).

The BH smartphone app is available to users of both iPhones and Android smartphones, as well as smartphone browsers that are compatible with HTML5 while the new tablet app is only available for iPad users. The smartphone and tablet editions offer BH in both native and PDF formats.

Both iOS apps for the iPhone and iPad can be downloaded from the App Store, while the Android app for smartphone is available on Google Play. The apps can be downloaded for free. HTML5 smartphone users can view the digital content via

To subscribe, readers may go to or call 6388 3838 between 8.30am to 6.00pm (Monday - Friday).

Mr Patrick Daniel, Editor-in-Chief of English and Malay Newspapers, SPH, said: "The Berita Harian's digital editions follow the successful rolling out of The Straits Times and The Business Times' multi-platform paid editions. I hope that our Malay readers will enjoy the new BH digital offerings." 

Mr Saat Abdul Rahman, Editor, Berita Harian, said: "The response to the new website as well as the apps has been most positive. We are glad that those who tried the apps have found it easy to use. Many have said that they like reading both the print edition as well as the digital edition, depending on their daily schedule. This is precisely why we embarked on launching Berita Harian on digital platforms. We wanted to give readers more choices on how they can read Berita Harian, anytime, anywhere."

Mr Chua Wee Phong, Executive Vice-President, Circulation, SPH, said: "As we strive to make our newspapers available across multiple platforms for readers' convenience, we are pleased that Berita Harian is now ready to launch its paid digital offerings. Subscribers can now keep abreast of the news regardless of where they are and what devices they are using."

Subscription Promotion

From 14 January to 28 February, new subscribers and readers who subscribe through our news vendors will enjoy a promotion where they can select a gift with a one-year subscription plan or a two-year plan (conditions apply). Existing print subscribers who pay SPH directly and have no subscription contract can upgrade to the All-in-One package one year and receive a Moga Pocket Controller. 

One-Year subscription plan
Gift: Moga Pocket Controller

Two-Year subscription plan
Gift: Either Samsung GALAXY POCKET Neo and Samsung Bluetooth® Headset OR 26" Supersport Mountain Bike

In addition, the first 500 subscribers who subscribe through from 14 to 26 January will receive a pair of tickets to watch a soccer match on 8 February 2014 and support the LionsXII at the Jalan Besar Stadium as they take on the team from Terengganu.

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About Singapore Press Holdings Ltd

Incorporated in 1984, main board-listed Singapore Press Holdings Ltd (SPH) is Asia’s leading media organisation, engaging minds and enriching lives across multiple languages and platforms.

Newspapers, Magazines and Book Publishing 
SPH has 19 titles licensed under the Newspaper Printing and Presses Act, of which nine are daily newspapers across four languages. On an average day, 3.05 million individuals or 76 per cent of people above 15 years old, read one of SPH's news publications. SPH also publishes and produces more than 100 magazine titles in Singapore and the region, covering a broad range of interests from lifestyle to information technology. SPH's subsidiaries, Straits Times Press and Focus Publishing, produce quality books and periodicals in English and Chinese.

Internet and Mobile
Beyond print, SPH's suite of digital products, including online editions of newspapers and magazines, as well as mobile applications, enjoy over 400 million page views with 20 million unique visitors every month. Apart from AsiaOne, SPH’s online and new media initiatives include ST701, the leading online marketplace for jobs (STJobs), property (STProperty), cars (STCars) and general classifieds (STClassifieds); Stomp, and The Straits Times RazorTV. SPH also launched The Straits Times’ iPad and enhanced iPhone applications, an Android smartphone application and The Business Times’ iPhone application. SPH’s Chinese flagship newspaper Lianhe Zaobao has also launched its digital editions which include a web application, as well as online and PDF versions.

In the radio business, SPH Radio Pte Ltd operates entertainment stations UFM 100.3 in Mandarin, as well as Kiss92 and HOT FM91.3 in English. SPH has a 20 per cent stake in MediaCorp TV Holdings Pte Ltd, which operates free-to-air channels 5, 8 and U, and a 40 per cent stake in MediaCorp Press Limited, which publishes the free newspaper, Today. 

Events and Out-of-Home Advertising
SPH’s events arm Sphere Exhibits organises innovative consumer and trade events and exhibitions as well as large scale conferences in Singapore and the region. In addition, SPH has ventured into out-of-home (OOH) advertising through its digital out-of-home platform SPHMBO. 

SPH REIT is a Singapore-based REIT established principally to invest, directly or indirectly, in a portfolio of income-producing real estate which is used primarily for retail purposes in Asia-Pacific, as well as real estate-related assets. SPH REIT is managed by SPH REIT Management Pte. Ltd., which is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Singapore Press Holdings Limited. 

The initial portfolio of SPH REIT comprises the following two high quality and well located commercial properties in Singapore:

  • Paragon, a premier upscale retail mall and medical suite/office property, well known for its upscale mall housing many luxury brands, located in the heart of Orchard Road; and
  • The Clementi Mall, a mid-market suburban mall located in the centre of Clementi town, an established residential estate in the west of Singapore.

The Seletar Mall is SPH's latest retail development and is expected to open at the end of 2014. This property is a potential asset to be injected into SPH REIT. SPH’s wholly-owned subsidiary, Times Development Pte Ltd, also developed a 43-storey upmarket residential condominium, Sky@eleven, at Thomson Road. 

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