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Subscription-based pricing model

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A subscription-based pricing model (also called a subscription model) is

[a] pricing model that lets customers pay a fee to use the service for a particular time period, often used for SaaS services.[1]

Overview Edit

"A subscription model calls for a user to register for service in some authenticated way, so that a site can distinguish that user from a random bad user."[2]

References Edit

  1. Cloud Computing Strategic Direction Paper, Glossary, at 45.
  2. Information Technology for Counterterrorism: Immediate Actions and Future Possibilities, at 39 n.10.

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