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Subscription Questions

A: You can subscribe online or call Customer Service at (207) 621-5700 or send us an email.

A: Click here to see all the subscription options available for both the Morning Sentinel and the Kennebec Journal.

A: Subscription account details for Morning Sentinel or Kennebec Journal are available once logged in. To register your home delivery account for digital access, you must sign in to establish an email and password on your subscription account.

A: Yes. If you are already a print customer, you can register your account for digital access.
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A: Digital subscribers get 24/7 access to both the ePapers and website.

A: You may read articles on our site(s) until you hit the paywall, at which time a subscription will be required to read more stories. Obituaries, Classified, Public Notices, Puzzles, Podcasts and Events are available without a subscription.

A: The meter keeps track of the number of articles you access and offers you the chance to subscribe based on your reading habits on our site. The paywall will be visible when you reach the limit and you will need to purchase a subscription to keep reading.

A: A Free Account may be set up through a trial period offer. A subscription will be required to continue accessing the website and ePapers once that period expires. Subscribers pay for unlimited digital access to the website, ePaper and Headlines app, among other benefits including commenting, exclusive events & offers.

A: Yes! Visit to purchase a subscription online. Use the same email address and password you provided for your free account. When your purchase is complete you will be logged into your subscription account.

A: No, repeat views of the same article do not get counted more than once.

A: The term of your subscription package will be determined by what you purchase. Once the term ends, you will be on a recurring payment, at the regular rate, for the same term length. Renewals are processed 7 days before expiration/end of term.

A: Cancellations requests may be made for Morning Sentinel, or Kennebec Journal, or by emailing us at or by calling (207) 791-6000 Monday – Friday from 6am to 5pm or Saturday – Sunday from 6am to noon. Your cancellation will apply to the next billing cycle. We do not offer refunds.

A: No, email newsletters are a free service, delivered to your email inbox. If you click through to the site to read the full article, that will count toward your monthly allotment.

A: Yes! You may share your subscription to the Kennebec Journal, or the Morning Sentinel, with up to 4 other email addresses as long as they live in your household. A guest may establish their digital access, an owner will have access to the subscription account. For sharing outside of households, a business account is required. For business subscriptions please contact our customer service team..

A: You will need to access your Kennebec Journal profile, or your Morning Sentinel profile in order to make changes.

A: No, digital access is only included with home delivery and digital subscription options.

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Customer Service

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Newsroom Questions

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Technical Questions

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A: Each browser is slightly different. Some browsers auto update and some are more complex. We suggest you visit your preferred vendor’s website and download the latest version if you are unsure of what is available or how to update your browser.

Internet Explorer

A: access is not included as part of your Kindle or Nook subscription. However, if you are a current home delivery, digital bundle or only subscriber, and your device has a Web browser, you can access with your current subscriber account. If you do not already have a subscriber account, create one here.

A: No, you will need to upgrade your subscription. To do so, please call customer service at (207) 791-6000 (mobile phones only outside of the U.S. and Canada). However, you may use your subscriber account to log in to to comment on articles, manage newsletters and manage your settings.

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