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British publishing company Emap is to start charging FHM and Max Power readers: FHM.com will charge visitors £1 per month for access to its…

British publishing company Emap is to start charging FHM and Max Power readers: FHM.com will charge visitors £1 per month for access to its High Street Honeys section, a spin-off from a supplement contained in the magazine in October that invited unknown models to compete for the prize of an FHM cover.

High performance car magazine Max Power and stablemate Revs are launching a new website called The Worx to house paid-for tutorials showing users how to upgrade and modify their cars. The Worx will use BT’s recently launched BT Micropayments system, which the telecom giant hopes will become the standard way of making one-off payments on the web. Each tutorial will cost between £1 and £2.50.

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