Many new and renewing subscribers of The Straits Times, who have families of five or more members, are choosing the newspaper's All-In-One (AIO) package.
This package comprises both print and online editions of The Straits Times, and is also available on digital platforms such as smartphones and tablets.
Dr Edmond Phua, 31, took up a new subscription during Singapore Press Holdings' ongoing subscription drive. He said he chose the AIO package as it was convenient for his family of eight.
"My parents prefer the hard copy while the rest of us prefer the digital version," he said.
The Paya Lebar resident said he reads Top Of The News the most.
Subscribe now and get a gift of your choice
Singapore Press Holdings (SPH) subscription drives are being held at various locations until July 20.
The Straits Times' (ST's) offerings include the printed paper and All-In-One (AIO) package, which comprises print, smartphone, tablet and Web versions of the paper.
The All-Digital package gives access via smartphone, tablet and Web, while the One-Digital package offers a choice of smartphone, tablet or Web subscription.
Subscribers can also opt for bundles such as ST and The New Paper or ST and Lianhe Wanbao.
Upon signing up, they can choose a gift, depending on the duration of their subscription.
The Asus ZenPad C tablet (Z170C), Panasonic air purifier (F-PXJ30AHS), Panasonic rice cooker (SR-ZG185SSHM) and Philips handheld vacuum cleaner (FC6149/61) are the gift choices for a three-year subscription.
Those subscribing for two years can choose from a Panasonic stain-removing toothbrush (EW-DL82), Samsung Gear VR virtual-reality device, Up2 fitness tracker by Jawbone, and a YI Smart Dash in-car camera.
Drives will be held at the Century Square Food Fair (July 8 to 14) and Waterway Point, The Kidz Academy (July 11 to 17).
The promotion is valid until July 20. Visit stsub.sg/win or call 6388-3838 for more details.
The current subscription drive offers a variety of gifts to new subscribers. Dr Phua, who took up a three-year subscription, chose the Asus ZenPad C tablet as his gift.
Administrator Joyce Lee, 26, whose family comprises five members, is another new AIO subscriber. She and her siblings find it convenient to read the paper online while her parents prefer to read the print edition.
She said: "My siblings and I find it so much easier to use the digital version because we can always browse the news on the go."
Ms Lee, who took up a three-year subscription, chose the Panasonic rice cooker as her gift.
New subscribers to the AIO package during the subscription drive also stand a chance to win a trip for two to their dream destination or a retreat at Resorts World Sentosa.