Examples of subscription in a Sentence
I'm going to renew my subscription.
You won't find this magazine at newsstands. It's sold only by subscription.
Recent Examples of subscription from the Web
That means if Facebook were to establish a subscription service, there would be a two-tiered system where some pay for privacy and others pay with their data.
Further cementing the vitamin-social media connection is Ritual, a supplement subscription service for women that launched in 2016.
The subscription service, known most recently as the Ivy League Network, launched in 2013.
Spotify has positioned itself as a key contributor to the reversal of the music industry's decline, by convincing millions of people to pay for an on-demand music subscription service.
Spotify has positioned itself as a key contributor to the reversal of the music industry’s decline, by convincing millions of people to pay for an on-demand music subscription service.
The company has seen great success with Office 365 and apps like Outlook for mobile, and Microsoft expects that two thirds of its Office users will have moved to its subscription cloud service by next year.
Touring models have 4G LTE mobile hotspot compatibility for over-the-air system updates (not yet detailed by Honda) and the latest generation of HondaLink subscription services.
The event can be viewed on WIAA.TV, a subscription service.
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Origin and Etymology of subscription
SUBSCRIPTION Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of subscription for English Language Learners
: an agreement that you make with a company to get a publication or service regularly and that you usually pay for in advance
: a fee that you pay regularly to belong to or support an organization
SUBSCRIPTION Defined for Kids
legal Definition of subscription
- a charitable subscription
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