a sales strategy, especially on the internet, in which the basic product or service is free, but customers are charged for additional features and content.
such a product or service.
of or relating to a freemium: freemium games for smartphones.
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How to use freemium in a sentence
First, the consumer service is designed as a freemium offering, while businesses provide a more steady and guaranteed revenue stream.Dashlane taps JD Sherman, ex-Hubspot COO, as new CEO, as co-founder Emmanuel Schalit steps aside | Ingrid Lunden | January 22, 2021 | TechCrunch
Authorities could look more closely at the “freemium” business model of tech firms to determine whether giving away a product for free may produce other negative consequences, such as reducing quality or innovation.The Facebook and Google antitrust suits are a warning shot for all corporate giants—not just Big Tech | matthewheimer | December 10, 2020 | Fortune
Fortunately, there are many online infographic tools like Canva and Piktochart that enable you to create beautiful infographics at a freemium price.Seven most popular types of blog posts guaranteed to boost traffic | Karl Tablante | November 30, 2020 | Search Engine Watch
The app will be funded on a “freemium” model, with basic free accounts, while users can also upgrade their subscription for more services.This startup wants to help you prepare for America’s next disaster | kdunn6 | October 25, 2020 | Fortune
Today, many games in this same space use a freemium model where the app download itself is free, but you’re then nagged with in-app hooks to buy coins or tokens to advance gameplay or unlock certain features.Former Apple engineer and autocorrect creator builds his first app, a word game called Up Spell | Sarah Perez | October 7, 2020 | TechCrunch