How they do it: Netflix streaming service operates on a monthly subscription model. There are various options and the price is determined by the amount of how many screens can be used to stream in parallel.
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How they do it: Microsoft used to sell their Microsoft Office programs for a one-time fee. New versions of the software had to be purchased again. However, they introduced Office365, allowing users to subscribe for a monthly or annual fee and always get the latest version of the Office software on their device. This also allows Microsoft to eliminate product CDs but can distribute its software via downloads from its website.
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How they do it: Customers gain access to Salesforce’s products via a SaaS-model, i.e. paying for access to it’s cloud-based software with a monthly payment agreement.
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How they do it: Customers who don’t want to participate in the cooperative. As a member one has access to all Mobility cars and scooters and can profit from additional benefits such as discounts for car rentals or hotels.
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How they do it: The Swiss Federal Railways (SBB) offer a range of subscription services, such as the ”General-Abonnement” and ”Half-Fare” cards. These products are renewed anually.
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