How they do it: Membership to access McFit’s fitness club facilities costs €19.90 per month. It includes access to every area, as well as the shower fee. Most clubs in Germany, Austria, Spain and Poland are open 24 hours a day, 365 days a week. The customer does not pay for the individual visits, but a flat rate fee is collected in form of the membership fee.
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How they do it: With the establishment of its music streaming service Apple Music, Apple enables customers to stream an unlimited amount of music for a fixed monthly fee.
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How they do it: Netflix’s customers pay a monthly subscription fee, allowing users to consume an unlimited amount of content on the platform.
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How they do it: With Porsche Passport, announced in 2018, customers do not purchase a car, but obtain access to a vehicle via the monthly subscription. It consists of an all-access subscription for $2,000 to $3,000 per month and includes a variety of car models (e.g. two-door and four-door models), from which the customers may flexibly choose a model of their liking.
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How they do it: Already in 2000, Verizon introduced nationwide, flat-rate pricing options for consumers and businesses. Today, Verizon customers can subscribe to an unlimited plan (voice, data and text) for as little as $40 per month.
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