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  • #16
    Note: We have never positioned vB as 'low cost software'. Furthermore we have not had a single price increase since we started in 2000. Given inflation and the fall of the dollar, vB is actually substantially less expensive today than it was in 2000.
    Steve Machol, former vBulletin Customer Support Manager (and NOT retired!)
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    • #17
      Originally posted by Steve Machol View Post
      Note: We have never positioned vB as 'low cost software'.
      From http://www.vbulletin.com/about.php:
      Originally posted by about.php
      Jelsoft Enterprises Ltd is a UK based new media company specialising in developing low-cost, high-performance web applications.

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      • #18
        Originally posted by Selrion View Post
        Mr. Luke, please don't say about a vBulletin price.This price was determined by Jelsoft, not by us. I think a lot of us would pay much more for vBulletin, 'cause I can not emagine such forum software, that could be a little better than vBulletin and more expensive than $160. I mean, Jelsoft is positioning vBulletin as a low-cost software. I just can not emagine a high-cost software. But this is not the case. I think that customer must have an ability to change their password to prevent their license to be stolen as fast as it possible to do...
        There is enterprise level forum software that starts at 2000 US a month.

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