Weekly Subscription News: Family Plans, Forever21 and FabFitFun

Featuring MoviePass, Nintendo Switch Online, Global Payments and the Gap

Weekly Subscription News: Family Plans

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In this week’s subscription headlines, MoviePass is trying to force lapsed subscribers back into the service, Global Payments acquires a food service SaaS for $415 million, and Nintendo Switch Online’s companion app has already been downloaded 5 million times. Also this week, the Gap pulls the plug on subscription clothing boxes, Telstra is ordered to refund AU$9.3 million for bad billing practices, and subscription box service FabFitFun launches a daily Facebook show.

MoviePass Tries to Force Lapsed Subscribers Back into the Fold
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Nintendo Switch Online Companion App Already at 5 Million Downloads
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Global Payments Drops $415M on Food Service SaaS

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