- n. Plural form of subscriber.
“I'm pretty sure that the demand for core newspaper subscribers is inelastic: that means that a 1% increase in subscription prices will yield less than a 1% decline in subscribers*, but it will yield a decline.”
“Also during the first three months of the year, Time Warner Cable added 225,000 broadband customers, an 81 percent growth in subscribers from the previous quarter.”
“If you remove the subscribers for Q3 for the TBA carriers, you will find that the drop in subscribers is only 2% as opposed to the 22% it currently looks.”
“Rather than win subscribers from the In Touch crowd, the move is far more likely to alienate your present readers.”
“As it had announced earlier, its growth in subscribers is slowing.”
“[...] added 225,000 broadband customers, an 81 percent growth in subscribers from the previous quarter.”
“Sprint continues to rack up losses, both in subscribers and dollars.”
“For most bloggers, building a base of active, engaging subscribers is what blogging is about.”
“Whatever options they choose — and given steady growth in subscribers for online video streaming and DVD service Netflix, some may be opting for the Web — it isn't good for cable channels.”
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