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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.
John's proven success in executive positions at both public and private businesses, most notably software companies, will be a great asset as we continue to evolve our subscription business model.
The Company's end-to-end mobile TV platform enables operators to drive revenues from interactive value added services and personalized advertising in addition to the traditional subscription business model.
Vocus's attractive subscription business model provides a steady flow of recurring revenue," she added.
BB Audio music service presently serves consumers and commercial business establishments with multiple channels of music programming under a subscription business model.
NEW YORK -- This morning, Mattel will deliver the Keynote Address of the 2nd Annual Virtual Worlds Conference, speaking about the success of its Barbie Girls[TM] virtual world and announcing plans to shift the site to a subscription business model.
While the pie has surely expanded for all players in the movie distribution business, results from our initial launches of the Starz On Demand SVOD service reinforce our belief that the combination of VOD technology and the subscription business model is the recipe for optimum, long-term success," added DePrez.