I am a T-mobile customer. Been for a long time. I am also a Netfilx customer.
Last year T-mobile started "bundling" Netfilx into the T-Mobile ONE package. I wasn't going to upgrade, but when they said for basically $10 more I could have unlimited data across 4 phones I jumped on it. Was really $20 more but I was already paying for Netflix anyway.
This is one example of companies bundling and there are plenty more. Is Netfilx giving away their service, heck no. Is it worth the extra cost for T-Mobile to bundle? I think so. Worked on me.
It also gives me another reason to stay with them. If I jump providers, then I am back to paying my monthly fee to Netflix. Not a bid deal, but the feeling you are getting something of value for free is a good retention incentive for your customer.
TaggCRM will be bundled. What a lot of people don't know is there are a ton of resellers of Microsoft products so it's not only Microsoft selling, but a army of partners and they won't be selling the software one at a time. It's bundled.
The gravy train really starts to fly even faster if TaggCRM is bundled into existing customers' software packages.
So let's say I was already a T-Mobile ONE subscriber. I would have got Netfilx for free not paying a dime more, but T-Mobile would need to pay Netflix for my account.
This Microsoft partnership is the most lucrative one to date, for those reason, in my opinion.
"Recurring subscription fees paid by enterprise users who subscribe to bundled service offerings from our partners and/or their respective value-added resellers."
"We have entered into partnership agreements with large cloud services providers, who will bundle our application with such providers’ other applications offered to their existing and prospective global customer base in order to obtain more data storage and bandwidth utilization fees from such customers. On January 23, 2019, we entered into a partnership agreement with Microsoft, pursuant to which we will integrate our Tagg interactive video technology into Microsoft’s product line, allowing their resellers to bundle our application for resale to their respective customer bases."