NetGuide Digital is coming soon…

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Here at Techday and NetGuide we love technology, and so do our readers, who constantly inspire us to keep searching for the latest trends, the newest services and the hottest products.

That is why we are delighted to announce that NetGuide magazine will be relaunching in an exciting new digital format starting on the 1st of February.

NetGuide digital will be unlike any digital magazine you have seen so far, with a new format and layout built specifically from the ground up for NetGuide.

But don’t worry, all your favourite content will still be available, from “How To” features, to product reviews and of course crazy stuff, but now even better with interactive links, video and animation being just the start!

The best part is that the new format will work on mobile devices as well as computers. So you can read it on a smartphone or tablet, not just in front of your computer.

If you are an existing subscriber, you will be receiving a letter in the mail soon to outline how to receive your digital copy (which will be available from 1st February).

We are really excited about taking NetGuide digital and we look forward to sharing more information on the 1st February about the new initiative.

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