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My guesses are: recurring or cyclic order/service.

In addition towhat cases would you use one or the above question, is sayingother?

Context: "subsequent order in A customer can book a cycle" correct?one-time service or choose an interval. I'd like to name a service that is not one-time but repeats every week/month etc.

My guesses are: recurring or cyclic order/service.

In addition to the above question, is saying: "subsequent order in a cycle" correct?

My guesses are: recurring or cyclic order/service.

In what cases would you use one or the other?

Context: A customer can book a one-time service or choose an interval. I'd like to name a service that is not one-time but repeats every week/month etc.

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What's the generic word for weekly/monthly etc. service?

My guesses are: recurring or cyclic order/service.

In addition to the above question, is saying: "subsequent order in a cycle" correct?