re·​sub·​scribe ˌrē-səb-ˈskrīb How to pronounce resubscribe (audio)
resubscribed; resubscribing; resubscribes

intransitive verb

: to subscribe again to something (such as a periodical or service)
But there's no guarantee that customers who got Disney+ through free trials will resubscribe as paying customers once the trial is up.Will Foia

Examples of resubscribe in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web Renewals sharply dropped off after these card replacements, even as other shopping behavior, such as buying groceries and gas, continued normally, leading them to a conclusion: When people had to actively decide to resubscribe to a service and enter new payment information, many opted out. Irina Ivanova, Fortune, 15 Aug. 2023 Netflix has been struggling to retain subscribers lately, but the new releases in June 2022 might convince some of them to stick around or resubscribe. Jacob Siegal, BGR, 27 May 2022 According to Deloitte, 25 percent of U.S. customers have canceled a streaming service only to resubscribe to it within a year. New York Times, 20 Apr. 2022 Offer available to new Starz subscribers and to previous subscribers who resubscribe online; does not include free trial. Todd Spangler, Variety, 24 Nov. 2021 The three-for-three deal applies to both new subscribers and those who’d like to resubscribe to Starz. Savannah Salazar, Vulture, 13 Sep. 2021

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Word History

First Known Use

1829, in the meaning defined above

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The first known use of resubscribe was in 1829

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“Resubscribe.” Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, Accessed 27 May. 2024.

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