Mason Lerner
Nov 24, 2014

Google testing ad-free surfing for paying customers

Contributor program eliminates ads on participating sites.

Google testing ad-free surfing for paying customers

Google this week began testing a new program called Contributor that will eliminate ads on participating sites for paying customers.

For Contributor subscribers, ads on sites such as the Onion, Mashable and Science Daily will be replaced by a thank-you message. Some ads will disappear altogether on mobile devices.

Google said it plans on sharing revenues from the program with the participating websites.

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