Opus coffee has announced a new subscription option for its premium subscription service, Opus.com.
The new subscription will be offered for $29.99, and it will allow subscribers to access a wide variety of Opus content for free.
The subscription will start on March 18, 2017, and will be available on iOS and Android.
It will be $24.99 per month, with $5.99 for each additional day.
Opus also has a new version of its app for Android, which allows subscribers to download all their favorite content for the same price.
The company has also announced a free trial of its service.
This offer is only available for users who have already signed up for a subscription.
The free trial is available until April 17, and there will be no charges.
Opus’ new subscription comes as the company has faced increasing competition from other premium subscription services.
In February, Apple announced it would launch a subscription service called the Oasis.
The service, which offers subscribers access to premium content from the likes of BuzzFeed, The Atlantic, The New York Times, The Verge, and more, will start at $99 per year.
On Tuesday, the company said it had “received more than 100,000 orders for our premium subscription option.”
In an interview with VentureBeat, CEO of Opust, Joe Suggs, said the company’s new subscription offer is intended to help offset the rising price of its subscription services to the premium community.
It is also a response to growing consumer dissatisfaction with subscription services like Netflix, Spotify, and Apple Music.
In an effort to compete with Netflix, Amazon, and other premium services, Opust is taking a “smaller, more intimate approach,” Sugg, a former executive at Twitter, told VentureBeat.
“What we do is we offer smaller bundles.
We’re going to keep it as a one-time deal.
And we’re going the extra mile.
We want to get the best stuff out of our users, and we’re willing to pay for that.”
While the new subscription offers are the first Opus product to be offered in this fashion, the subscription service also plans to expand its offerings over the coming months.
The company said that by the end of the year, it plans to launch two subscription services: an e-commerce and video streaming service.
The streaming service will offer users access to the full Opus library, including the opus one overtures and opus salem.
The other subscription service will be more of a video streaming app, and Sugg said that the company plans to have an app for smartphones and tablets in the near future.