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    #1

    Cool The "all you can eat" subscription model

    Do you know what is it understood for an "all you can eat" subscription model" in audiovisual area?

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    #2

    Re: The "all you can eat" subscription model

    I think what it means is if you pay a certain subscription fee, you can rent as many videos or audios to watch & enjoy as you like under the terms and conditions stipulated. Itís like going to an Ďall-you-can-eatí dinner, you pay say $14.00 and you can eat whatever is on the menu and as much as you like within say 4 hours of your visit.

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