IDMi Subscription Information
Print Edition & Print + Digital Edition
(NEW DIGITAL EDITION FUNCTIONALITY: Note that from issue 127 of IDMi, the digital edition may not be identical to the print edition. This is because there is now the functionality to allow additional content to be added to the digital version, even after it has been published. More information HERE.)
1. Do YOU Qualify for a Complimentary Copy of IDMi?
GDPR REGULATIONS HAVE ALTERED DISTRIBUTION CRITERIA FOREVER!
AS A RESULT - RECEIVING A FREE COPY MAY NOT CONTINUE!
To receive regular copies of IDMi, you need to be one of the following:
Display advertisers only.
Not strictly speaking a 'free' copy, but see below for how to subscribe.
Status as a VIP is decided solely at IDMi management discretion.
If you contribute to, or are working with IDMi in a PR capacity. (Also includes media partnerships.)
Controlled Circulation Registrant
To receive regular copies of IDMi as a Controlled Circulation Registrant, please apply via email to: email@example.com We will reply with qualification information
(Print subscribers also have access to the lower resolution (72dpi) online digital edition of IDMi.)
Subscription options are:
Europe and Rest of the World
3. Digital-only Edition
Digital-only subscribers are advised of the availability of the magazine via email. Subscribers can then download from a link in the email.
Note that the Digital-only Edition is in PDF format and is a full-specification 300dpi download and not the 72dpi version available on our digital platform at issuu.com.
UK and Rest of the World
How to Order a Subscription
We have several methods of accepting payment, and are continually reviewing these as well as looking at new methods such as Direct Debit for UK subscribers.
In order of our preference, the subscription methods are:
Subscription Agency Discount - 10% Worldwide
NOTE: Payments are only accepted in GBP (£)
UK Pounds Only is a restriction on payment because in this day and age paper cheques do not sit well with banks, particularly if they are drawn on non-UK accounts or non-GBP accounts. We try to maintain subscription prices at a set level, but with ever-increasing postage costs, and increasing costs from the bank to process cheques - we prefer electronic payment. (Did you know the UK banks will charge in excess of £25 to process a cheque?) With printing and postage costs on top, we would make a loss on that subscription.
1. Email firstname.lastname@example.org with a request for an epayment of the subscription
2. We raise a pro-forma invoice and email to you as PDF with the payment details
3. You pay by BAS/SWIFT/BIC or direct internet payment
4. We do the rest
Quick, easy, and you do not need a PayPal account and can use most credit or debit cards
Via ANY specialist corporate/institution subscription agency
1. Select from the list of agencies or websites we work with in the list below
2. Arrange the subscription and make payment to them
3. They contact us with your details
4. We do the rest
Subscription Agencies we currently deal with:
2. Harrassowitz (Germany)
3. LM Information Delivery (Finland)
3. Prenax (Incorporating Basch)
5. WT Cox Information Services
Accounts + Subscriptions + Editorial
intelligen Limited (Dept. IDMi)