Weekly Subscription News: BlackBerry, Blinkist and Battles

Featuring Sinemia, Volvo, Google, Lyft and TuneIn

Weekly Subscription News: BlackBerry

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In this week’s subscription news, BlackBerry’s sales are slowing since their switch to subscriptions, Sinemia battles MoviePass with new family plans, and the Volvo S60 subscription is so popular, customers are having a hard time getting cars. Also this week, Google makes it easier to cancel app subscriptions, Lyft is exploring subscriptions, and TuneIn Radio is considering a sale.

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