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Give your company access to essential news and analysis

Corporate Subscriptions offer seamless access for your team or business to Australia’s highest quality publications

Enterprise licence

Unlimited access anywhere, anytime for your entire business

We offer a dedicated account manager for support and unlimited access on any device, anywhere, anytime.

Team licence

Unlimited access for a selected group

Our foundation offering for Print and/or Digital subscriptions, across a group of your nominated employees.

Give your business the competitive edge

In order to tailor a package for your business we’ll have one of our team contact you

In need of just an individual subscription?

Our Corporate solutions are based on a minimum of 5 users. Individual consumer subscriptions are available for The Australian Financial Review, The Sydney Morning Herald or The Age.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Not yet a Corporate Subscriber?

How much does an SMH Corporate Subscription cost?

Pricing is based on an agreed number of users either within your team, department or entire business. We can offer discounts on volume and tailor a quote specific to your business needs.

How will we get billed?

By invoice for 12 months in advance. If you are maintaining print or a group of individual logins, this will be covered in a separate invoice.

Are there limits on usage?

An Enterprise Licence can be used by all staff on any device in any location. A Team Licence is for a selected group or team of 5 or more. An Enterprise Licence covers your agreed amount of users across your entire business.

There are no article limits on smh.com.au for those covered by the licence you take out.

How do we set up a Corporate Subscription?

Talk directly to one of our dedicated Customer Service members. When a package price and start date is agreed, we will send your subscription agreement. Once signed and returned, your access will be enabled.

How is access implemented with a team or business?

For a Team Licence, you will provide us a list of email addresses or print delivery details and they will be activated according to the agreed subscription start date. Once you have a corporate account, access to the websites is granted via your work email address

For Enterprise, we will provide you all the tools needed to set up and manage your own subscription where you will be able to add, remove and manage users via self service. We will also offer dedicated customer service for any subscription queries.

How do logins work?

An Enterprise and Team Licence will provide an individual login linked to your business domain for each corporate subscriber that will be unique to that user.

Already a Corporate Subscriber?

My Corporate Subscription has been set up but I have not received my activation email

If you have not received an activation email, please check your spam folder. If the email is not in this folder, please contact corporatesubscriptions@smh.com.au for further assistance.

I’m having trouble logging in or accessing articles

Please ensure your login details are correct and if you continue to have issues you can contact your corporate subscription administrator who will be able to ensure you have been added to the account. If you need further assistance, please contact corporatesubscriptions@smh.com.au

I’ve forgotten my password, how can I reset it?

Head to the login section on smh.com.au, click on ‘Forgot Password’ and follow the prompts to reset your password.

How do I set up newsletters?

Once logged in to your account, click on your user name in the top right hand corner and navigate down to ‘Newsletters’ in the drop down menu. From there you will be presented with all the newsletter options you are able to subscribe to.

We have experienced some print delivery issues as part of our corporate subscription?

Please report any delivery issues to corporatesubscriptions@smh.com.au within 3 days to ensure the Customer Service team has the opportunity to help in a timely manner.