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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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The financial company has introduced a new policy as part of which, merchants will no longer be able to auto-bill you even if you forget to hit 'unsubscribe', Engadget reported.
Entrepreneur.com points out, "Around 32% of users unsubscribe due to 'irrelevant or useless' email.
Only 7 percent of consumers unsubscribe from email lists because they receive emails that don't display well on their smartphones.
If most of your customers read your emails on a phone, but your emails aren't designed for easy viewing on mobile screens, you could run into high unsubscribe rates or low engagement.
Founded in 2011, Unroll.me's primary purpose is to help users unsubscribe from mailing lists, newsletters and other services that may flood their inbox.
Glei, the author of Unsubscribe, says that while checking emails throughout the day may make you feel productive, the opposite is true.
These messages must also comply with the sender identity information and unsubscribe mechanism requirements.
The company allegedly sent some commercial emails that did not contain an unsubscribe mechanism.
But then you realise that you find it almost impossible to unsubscribe from their messages.
Unsubscribe from all email newsletters and blog articles you rarely read.
Some are repetitive, however, and that often leads me to the decision to peruse the mail to look for one hopeful sign--yep, you guessed it, UNSUBSCRIBE. I think that I can follow that link, confirm my e-mail, and this will all go away.
To begin with, it is much better for someone to unsubscribe from your emails than to mark you as spam.
The organization says Zilli has since sent a letter of apology, attributing his frustration to the fact that he had tried, unsuccessfully, to unsubscribe to their newsletter before.
To unsubscribe from this service customers simply have to dial 321 to talk to Warid's Customer Service Representative and unsubscribe this service.