In this week’s subscription headlines, experts estimate that 11% of Americans have already subscribed to Walmart Plus, a new Amazon competitor; Microsoft plans to switch some of its server products to a subscription model; and Volvo’s parent company is planning to bring a car-sharing subscription service to Europe. Also, fuboTV is preparing for a $150M IPO, GQ partners with an NBA Star for its first guest-curated subscription box, and Twitch launches ‘Soundtrack,’ to make 1 million licensed songs available to streamers.
11% of Americans Have Already Subscribed to Walmart+
Microsoft To Switch to Subscription Model for Some Server Products
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Volvo Parent to Bring Car-Sharing Subscription Service to Europe
IPO Launch: fuboTV Prepares Terms For $150 Million IPO
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