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I'm creating an Drupal commerce website, I want to sell subscription to internet via satellite service. Sincerely I'm confused and I don't know what modules I should to use for this kind of product.

  • Follow up question on the new edit. When you say "drupal-commerce website", does "commerce" refer to the module commerce specifically, or is the word meant in a more general context? If it refers to the module, can you please indicate that by linking to it? – Letharion Jan 14 '15 at 10:52
  • Yes, I mean a website based on the drupal commerce module. – learner123 Jan 14 '15 at 12:20
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Check Commerce subscription products module.

Features

  • Sell subscriptions via products.
  • Administers can view and customize the subscription validity per user if they have necessary field permissions.
  • There are two "rule sets" (Subscription starts, Subscription ends) that make customizing the subscription easy, e.g. one could easily add rules for granting/removing a user role.
  • Subscriptions expire automatically once the validity time is reached thanks to the Rules Scheduler (requires cron to function).
  • Views integration, as the subscription validity date is implemented as account field.
  • Custom notifications like "Warning: Subscription expires in 2 weeks" can be easily configured using Rules and the Rules Scheduler.
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After days of trying modules and searching, I found this module Commerce License:

Provides a framework for selling access to local or remote resources.

In practice, this means that there’s a license entity, usually created during order checkout, that holds information about accessing the purchased resource, and it has a status and an optional expiration date. This allows selling access to anything from files to node types, or perhaps ZenDesk tickets and accounts on remote sites, all using a common API, while always having a record of the purchased access for the benefit of both the store administrator and the customer.

And a helpful explanation in this screecast:Tech Talks - Commerce License .

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