Visitors to HomeTeamNS' clubhouses now have free digital access to eight SPH magazines

Visitors simply need to download the My Newsstand app to access the digital library using the clubhouses' free Wi-Fi. Access is limited to the clubhouses.
Visitors simply need to download the My Newsstand app to access the digital library using the clubhouses' free Wi-Fi. Access is limited to the clubhouses. PHOTO: HOMETEAMNS

SINGAPORE - Visitors to HomeTeamNS' five clubhouses in Tampines, Balestier, Chinatown, Sembawang and Bukit Batok now have unlimited free access to eight magazines from Singapore Press Holdings (SPH) Magazines' digital library.

These include popular lifestyle titles such as Men's Health, Home & Decor, Her World and Young Parents.

HomeTeamNS clubhouses are for Singapore Police Force (SPF) and Singapore Civil Defence Force (SCDF) national servicemen. 

Visitors simply need to download the My Newsstand app to access the digital library using the clubhouses' free Wi-Fi. Access is limited to the clubhouses.

This come as HomeTeamNS appoints SPH Magazines to produce its bi-monthly publication Frontline, which offers readers useful updates on events and happenings at HomeTeamNS clubhouses, as well as information on developments at SCDF and SPF.

The Frontline magazine, which now comes in a smaller, handier size, has an online website (frontline.hometeamns.sg) managed by SPH Magazines. There, readers can access the Frontline magazine, which also contains lifestyle content as well as exclusive deals for dining, creative workshops and even insurance packages.

Chief executive of SPH Magazines, Mr Loh Yew Seng, said: "With SPH Magazines' digital capability, we are able to offer partners value-adds which serve to enhance customers' experience at their premises."