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Synonyms for subscribe

pay a subscription

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  • pay a subscription
  • read regularly
  • buy regularly
  • take
  • take regularly

contribute

Synonyms for subscribe

to give in common with others

to respond affirmatively; receive with agreement or compliance

to affix one's signature to

Synonyms for subscribe

offer to buy, as of stocks and shares

mark with one's signature

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adopt as a belief

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pay (an amount of money) as a contribution to a charity or service, especially at regular intervals

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receive or obtain regularly

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Star Wars: The Old Republic experienced a 136% increase in total playtime per day after switching from a subscription business model to free-to-play.
Pivotal continues its transition to a subscription business model, with annual recurring revenue5 at the end of the third quarter of $75 million, up 26% quarter over quarter.
8220;Companies managing CATIA V5, SolidWorks and other CAD systems with SmarTeam are recognizing that Aras is a logical PLM direction because of the out-of-the-box functionality, flexible Web-based technology and subscription business model,” said Marc Young, managing director of xLM Solutions.
Another significant benefit of ASSET InterTech s offering is its subscription business model, which decreases the unit cost per engineer.
This shift to the Subscription Economy is rapidly forcing a fundamental change in the way companies run their businesses, as the subscription business model is fundamentally different than traditional product-centric businesses.
com's rapid ascent to success has been attributed to a combination of its subscription business model, the brand's novel use of social media channels to create an active dialogue with its customers, new product introductions and the emergence of the "Pet Parent" demographic.
ARINC s strong customer base, high customer retention rates and subscription business model will help the company achieve accelerated growth and benefit from greater earnings consistency throughout the commercial aviation business cycle, added Ortberg.
At the same time, its broker subscription business model, which allows large risks to be shared among market participants, is likely to be particularly attractive to insurance buyers seeking to diversify their counterparty risk in the current weak economic environment.