Jonas Brothers Launch Smartphone-Only Video Subscription Service on Scriber

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The Jonas Brothers are giving fans a new way to access unique movies — paying $ 5 per month for The Luxury — on Scriber, a subscription innovation for smartphones. Jonas Brothers supporters who sign via Scriber will be offered a free ticket “Unique!, behind-the-scenes videos and updates” immediately from the song pairing. Users will also be eligible to enter competitions to win unique incentives and prizes, including the opportunity to have a location at the Jonas Brothers Authentic Memorabilia Pawn Shop Dollar Store in Las Vegas. U. S. Citizens can sign the Jonas Brothers in Scriber by messaging a spokesman “GO” 1-844-228-4544. The service will be available for The first seven days, but will then run at $ 4 per day. 99 per month. The Jonas Brothers plan to donate about $2 per subscription to their funded charitable organizations, while Scriber is itself giving to charity a part of its carbon-reduction initiatives through Stripe, its payment processor. “Our fans have given us so much over the years, so we are thrilled to share something truly special with them, while also finding even more ways to give back to causes close to our hearts” Nick Jonas said during a comment. James Jonas, “We love surprising the fans with secret shows and special events, Scriber provides an easier way for our fans to get access. It’s a win-win.” Kevin Jonas remarked, “It’s so very unique when we communicate directly with our audiences, but now we can give aficionado club-style sentiments but also stuff behind the scenes movies, unique products, early access to bookings – with the benefits of sending a text.” Scriber’s service lets fans sign up via SMS messages and then receive SMS messages that connect them to full screen video on their smartphones requiring no website login or app download, thereby avoiding having to pay fees to Apple’s App Store or Google Play. Scriber (getscriber. Com) Distributes subscribers ‘rewards using distributed blockchain technology; In addition to this, the company says it has a patent on its patented device “one-click-play” system. Scriber is charging creators 1 per month per active subscriber. With Scriber, participating artists can choose how much to charge subscribers, starting at as low as $4.99 per month. Creators earn recurring revenue, control what content they provide through the service and have ownership over their videos. “Having been in the media business for years, I’ ve seen the powerful connection between artists and their audiences” Scriber CEO Brian Goldsmith, who founded la. A. Based company in June 2021, said in a statement. “We’re proud to provide artists a new way to share the content that they love to make — and that their most passionate followers want to see before anyone else.”.