pay-per-

pay-per-
pay-per- ˈpay-per- adjective
pay-per-view/​pay-per-call FINANCE COMMERCE a system in which customers pay for the particular television programmes they watch or the number of minutes they use a phone:

• Cable subscribers have been reluctant to pay $4 or $5 to see a movie on a pay-per-view channel.

• Pay-per-call services cannot advertise directly to children under age 12.

— compare pay-as-you-go

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pay-per- UK US prefix
used to form adjectives that describe a system of paying only for the time, part of a service, etc. that you use: »

With pay-per-click advertising, you pay each time a web user clicks into your website.

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You can call mobile phones but not premium-rate numbers and the price is 6.50 euros per month plus pay-per-call.


Financial and business terms. 2012.

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