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pricing model

noun [C]
 
 
COMMERCE, MARKETING a method for deciding what prices to charge for a company's products or services: The change in the group's pricing model for its directory service saw it shift from charging customers a fixed price to a variable fee. →  See also capital asset pricing model , option pricing model
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