Weekly Subscription News: Video Games, Verizon and Vehicle Subscriptions

Featuring EA, Kroger, Red Hat and Verizon

Weekly Subscription News: Video Games

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In this week’s subscription headlines, EA is ready to launch its Origin Access Premiere Subscription, Kroger is starting a delivery service in four cities to compete with Amazon and Walmart, and Red Hat is exploring blockchain options. Also this week, Verizon offers safe WiFi, PayPal has 244 million customers, and nasty spyware infects 11 million.

EA’s Origin Access Premiere Subscription Launches Next Week

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