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Serving Americans Since 1972, United Readers’ Service Continues its Tradition of Excellence

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Serving Americans Since 1972, United Readers’ Service Continues its Tradition of Excellence

  1. 1. Serving Americans Since 1972, United Readers’ Service Continues itsTradition of Excellence United Readers’ Service
  2. 2. Serving Americans Since 1972, United Readers’ ServiceContinues its Tradition of ExcellenceOffering hundreds of magazine titles across nearly three dozencategories, including women’s interests, cooking and food, news andpolitics, animals and pets, United Readers’ Service delivers acomprehensive and budget-conscious service for the millions ofAmericans who read magazines regularly. In more than 40 years ofoperation, the company has established an unparalleled record forcustomer satisfaction.
  3. 3. Serving Americans Since 1972, United Readers’ ServiceContinues its Tradition of ExcellenceMore than 150 million American adults read magazines today, andthey average more than 10 different issues per month. United offersthem an affordable, convenient way to manage their subscriptions,featuring a single point of contact for all subscriptions and a budget-friendly Pay-During-Service Plan that not only gives several ways topay but allows customers to switch among them at any time.
  4. 4. Serving Americans Since 1972, United Readers’ ServiceContinues its Tradition of ExcellenceThe company’s commitment to customer satisfaction is marked bytwo other important features that are sometimes overlooked. Thefirst is the magazine exchange privilege–customers whose readingtastes have changed can easily select a different magazine to replacethe ones they no longer wish to receive. The second is the magazinereplacement program. In the event a magazine ceases publication,United Readers’ Service will replace it with another of its more than300 titles.

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