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subscriber

(in managed care) an individual, agency, or employer that has contracted for services under a health plan.

subscriber,

n the person, usually the employee, who represents the family unit in relation to the prepayment plan. Other family members are
dependents. Also called
certificate holders or
enrollees.
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Subscription business models are expanding rapidly beyond the realm of software-as-a-service or publishing to communications, automotive, media in both new and traditional companies.
app categories and subscription business models are a key part of this drive,
If Kelly is correct and we're moving from an ownership to an access model, there's no reason why we can't have multiple subscription business models that accommodate the needs of individual library situations.
Yaga has the technology to allow publishers to compliment subscription business models and reap the rewards of selling content with micropayments.
The app market will be driven by more targeted advertising, growing consumer interest in virtual goods and the adoption of subscription business models.
Broadcasters, cable programming networks, and cable, satellite, and telco TV distributors have been struggling to address this demand without disrupting established subscription business models.