Cloud billing solutions perfect for subscription services

Cloud billing solutions perfect for subscription services In this week's subscription roundup, we explore the role of the cloud in enabling smooth billing solutions for subscription businesses. We also feature T-Mobile’s efforts to stand out in the competitive mobile phone carrier space by offering free Netflix subscriptions. In addition, we also focus on popular US-based delivery startup Postmates’ expansion of its subscription service.
 

Cloud-based monetisation solutions enable subscription services at speed

 
From retail consumers to enterprises alike, people prefer subscribing to services and paying as per need and usage. For businesses, customer retention is key to long-term profitability. However, only 42% percent of the businesses really do a good job of this critical function. Forward thinking businesses are already embracing subscription-based models to engage their customers and foster deeper relationships with them. However, moving to a subscription model comes with its fair share of challenges. Transition, compliance, invoicing – are some of the key issues faced by businesses adopting subscription pricing models. Cloud-based monetisation solutions address these challenges and give businesses the required agility to innovate at speed. 
 
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T-Mobile partners with Netflix to offer free subscriptions

 
In order to lure more customers and get its share of the mobile video pie, mobile phone carrier T-Mobile has entered into a partnership with video streaming giant Netflix to offer free subscriptions to users. All T-Mobile One customers with two or more connections will be able to activate their Netflix subscriptions September 12 onwards. The promotion is for Netflix’s $9.99 subscription package which allows users to stream HD videos on two devices. T-Mobile has not specified the time for which it will foot the bill for Netflix subscriptions.
 
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Postmates expands its ‘Unlimited’ subscription service

 
Postmates, a US-based 35-minute delivery startup which allows you to buy food and other items from merchants, has just expanded its service by covering more than 250k restaurants and merchants on its app. Postmates offers ‘Unlimited’, a Prime-like subscription program, which allows subscribers to get free deliveries for $9.99 a month. The company, which makes more than 3 million deliveries across the US every month, has also lowered the minimum order value to $20. Ten percent of its customers subscribe to the ‘Unlimited’ subscription service, and around 50,000 new subscribers get added every month.
 
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Also, read about Amazon-Walmart’s big fight to conquer retail
 


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