The New Monetization of E-commerce 3.0

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Traditional online subscription models, in which customers pay a fixed amount on a fixed time schedule in return for content or services, are evolving in response to changing customer demand. Plimus’ vision is for new subscription models that blend fixed fees and schedules with ad hoc, pay-as-you-go charges that change the dynamic of the relationship between the customer and seller. Find out more.

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