A person who receives a publication regularly by paying in advance
I have been a subscriber to your magazine for many years
A person who pays to receive or access a service
the company has 2.6 million subscribers to its digital service
cable TV subscribers
A person who regularly contributes money to a fund, project, or cause
someone who expresses strong approval
someone who contracts to receive and pay for a service or a certain number of issues of a publication
someone who contributes (or promises to contribute) a sum of money
The subscription business model is a business model where a customer must pay a subscription price to have access to the product/service. The model was pioneered by magazines and newspapers, but is now used by many businesses and websites.
a person who subscribes to a publication or a service
(subscribership) The state or condition of being a subscriber
(Subscribers) Persons who agree under specific conditions to purchase shares in a corporation.
(Subscribers) Visitors that either grabbed the feed of a website or that subscribed to receive updates via email. Whenever the site is updated with new content, those subscribers will be informed about it or receive the content integrally on the RSS reader or email inbox. ...
Subscribers in the warrants market are the original purchasers of the warrants in the primary issue. The subscribers to warrants may be referred to as the takers, buyers, holders or investors, as may ensuing purchasers of the warrants on the secondary market.
(Subscribers) person agreeing to buy the first shares in a newly formed company.
(Subscribers) Customers who pay fees for cable television service.
(Subscribers) Readers can become subscribers by indicating whether they would like to receive email notifications whenever a new article or comment is posted to a weblog. ...
(Subscribers) The number of individual YouTube users who have opt-ed in to subscribe to a particular channel.
(Subscribers) members who purchase daily, three-day, weekly, monthly, quarterly, annual or lifetime subscriptions for one or more of our websites. Subscribers have full access to our websites and may access special features including premium content.
Subscribers are the people that make up a permission-based list.
The mobile user of the cellular system.
A household or business that legally receives cable and/or pay television service for its own use.
A person who is a member of a permission based mailing list.
Customers of a credit report agency who regularly credit checks and credit reports. These include mortgage companies, banks, credit card companies, auto dealers, collection agencies, and apartment managers.
The person responsible for payment of premiums or whose employment is the basis for eligibility for membership in an HMO or other health plan.
The person who signs and submits the application for coverage and whose name appears on the ID card. See also cardholder.
The person, usually the employee, who represents the family unit in relation to the dental benefit program. This term is most commonly used by service corporation plans.
The person who has specifically requested to join a mailing list.
The person who holds and/or is responsible for the medical insurance policy.
Either the person, or the business entity and the person who acts on behalf of that business entity, that is in possession of or has control of the private authentication key and who uses that key to digitally sign/receive messages.