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Can we secure lower prices, but use them for only few months a year?Asked by afpmash1 on August 06, 2015 at 10:19 AM
I just want to be sure I understand the new pricing. We are at the Free pricing right now. We would like to take advantage now of the $9.95 per month rate so we can secure it forever. My question is ... will we still be allowed to go a month or two paying $9.95 per month and then go back to the FREE forms? We don't need to pay for more than a month or two because we would only use it when we had annual meetings going on that would have a lot of registrations and payments.
Unfortunately no, that would not be possible.
The only way to secure price is to keep the subscription active, so if you need the subscription to be higher for only 2-3 months at a time, my suggestion would be to upgrade at those times - as needed.
If you however need to have subscription on your forms for a longer periods of time, then you might benefit from securing the lower prices for yourself - which is only possible for the duration of the subscription.
So as there might be a confusion with "forever" part, the forever is "forever your subscription is running" not a literal meaning of the same.
So if you are to change your subscription to a different time frame, or to a new plan, you would be using the new prices, even if you have secured your price - since it is only secured for the current plan on your account that you enter the 15th of August with.
Hope this gives you more details, but feel free to let us know if you have any further questions as well and we would be happy to answer them.