In this model, customers have free access to a basic version of a service, with the option to pay for unlocking additional features or capabilities.
Under this system, customers are billed at regular intervals, such as weekly, monthly, or yearly.
In this billing model, customers are charged based on their utilization, such as the frequency of service access or the volume of data consumed.
Here, customers are billed according to their consumption, but pricing tiers may be different than a straightforward pay-per-use model. For instance, pricing tiers might be adjusted based on the degree of usage.
This model allows customers to select from different pricing levels, each providing varied features or service levels.
In this system, customers make a payment upfront for a defined period of service access, like six months or a year.
In this subscription model, customers can purchase a subscription that enables several users or seats to use a service.
Here, customers are charged based on their consumption, but there could be a limit or ceiling on the maximum charge in a billing cycle.
In this model, customers are billed based on their level of usage, but pricing tiers may be structured differently than consumption-based billing. For instance, pricing tiers may vary based on the number of users or geographic locations.
Certain subscription billing models merge elements of recurring price structures with additional charges based on usage.