Jet Ditches Its Membership Fees But Says Profitability Still On Track For 2020

Jet Ditches Its Membership Fees But Says Profitability Still On Track For 2020

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I mean really…. maybe in 5 years we will be profitable? Well the good news is they are searching for the money to support them for the next 5 years, so if you’re interested, send them a msg!

Source: TechCrunch

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