• What is a subscriber?

    Yuri Belousikov
    Yuri Belousikov
    December 19, 2014
    What is a subscriber?

    Surely not everyone thought about what the word subscriber means, but for some, on the contrary, it will be interesting to know its definition. In our article we will tell you what a subscriber is and give examples of the use of this word.

    About the word "subscriber"

    The word "subscriber" is of French origin and literally means "subscriber" (from the French verb abonner - subscribe). Simply put, it is a natural or legal person who has entered into a contract with a company (enterprise or other institution) for the provision of services.

    In the modern world, a subscriber is a physical or legal entity that uses a subscription. The subscription gives the right to use any service for a certain period. That is, a subscription is a document certifying your right to use various services.

    Examples of using the word "subscriber"

    Let's look at examples of the use of the word "subscriber." The simplest use is “library subscriber” or “telephone network subscriber” (a person using the services of a telephone operator).When you are trying to reach a certain person, you can hear the voice of the operator who answers: “The subscriber is temporarily unavailable”

    You can also be a subscriber of any salon, using a subscription to the swimming pool, fitness club, gym or other facilities. It may sound a bit strange, but such usage is stylistically correct.

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