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    Ι have one question: i pay January vBulletin "vBulletin (Owned License)".
    When expire how many money pay...?

  • #2
    Originally posted by RedHacker7 View Post
    Ι have one question: i pay January vBulletin "vBulletin (Owned License)".
    When expire how many money pay...?
    $40 in December-February to renew it.
    After that: $60


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    • #3
      Originally posted by beishe8 View Post
      $40 in December-February to renew it.
      After that: $60
      40$ December but 60$ what every year...?And 40$ one time only?

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      • #4
        Originally posted by RedHacker7 View Post
        40$ December but 60$ what every year...?And 40$ one time only?
        Every year $40 if you pay it before expiration.
        If it expires you still pay $40 in the next two months.
        After that $60

        (December-January-February: $40 March : $60)


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        • #5
          When pay one time etg December 60$ and every year 40$ if pay before expire. Right....?

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          • #6
            Originally posted by RedHacker7 View Post
            When pay one time etg December 60$ and every year 40$ if pay before expire. Right....?
            No.
            Expire in 02 January 2010:
            You pay in December 2009 $40 and it will expire in 02 January 2011


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            • #7
              When 40$ every yaer before expire....?

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              • #8
                Yes


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                • #9
                  When forget it 60$ why i pay before expire... Thanks very much.....

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                  • #10
                    The answers provided in this thread are probably not accurate.

                    I believe it is very unfair to newcomers to provide them with information which we pretty much know is no longer true.

                    We know that renewal fees will almost certainly not be charged in the future.

                    Instead, new versions of vBulletin will be released every few years. People will have a choice whether (a) to remain with the older version, without additional charge, or (b) to upgrade to the new version for a significant amount of money, considerably in excess of $40-60.

                    We all know that renewal fees are likely to be a thing of the past very soon.

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by Baba Wawa View Post
                      We know that renewal fees will almost certainly not be charged in the future.
                      I beg to differ, as far as I know, there has been no OFFICIAL announcement on pricing changes at all, and for that reason, and that reason alone, nobody except Jelsoft and IB staff KNOW what pricing structure will evolve. All in all, we only KNOW what is already present. All we do know about pricing changes is what was leaked, and that information is subject to change anyway so wont necessarily be true either. So if as you say the information already provided in this thread is inaccurate, then the information you provided is potentially just as inaccurate.
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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by Baba Wawa View Post
                        The answers provided in this thread are probably not accurate.

                        I believe it is very unfair to newcomers to provide them with information which we pretty much know is no longer true.

                        We know that renewal fees will almost certainly not be charged in the future.
                        Actually, since no official announcements have been made, it is nothing more than disinformation to discuss anything than the current official policy, as the other posts in this thread have.

                        You don't even know what the new policies are, so what is the point in even trying to tell a customer what they are?

                        [...] or (b) to upgrade to the new version for a significant amount of money, considerably in excess of $40-60.
                        Thanks, Ray.

                        Where did you get the idea that it would be "considerably in excess of $40-60"? It's a nice assumption, but I don't recall seeing that posted by Ray anywhere.
                        Regards,
                        Nick

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                        • #13
                          It is misleading and wrong to reply to newcomers' questions with only the OLD information. We all know that there will be changes. Ray Morgan has repeatedly confirmed that there will be changes.

                          To reply to questions, then, as though there will be no changes is simply wrong. It is a disservice to pretend to others that there will be no changes -- because we know that there will be.

                          We have an obligation not to give out erroneous information. And all of the initial replies in this thread were full of exactly that.

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by Baba Wawa View Post
                            It is misleading and wrong to reply to newcomers' questions with only the OLD information. We all know that there will be changes. Ray Morgan has repeatedly confirmed that there will be changes.

                            To reply to questions, then, as though there will be no changes is simply wrong. It is a disservice to pretend to others that there will be no changes -- because we know that there will be.

                            We have an obligation not to give out erroneous information. And all of the initial replies in this thread were full of exactly that.
                            Spreading information that isn't confirmed is not any better than sharing information that is "old" (even though it really isn't old; it's still holds true).

                            The real way to answer questions like these would be: Currently, the way it works is ______. However, there are some major changes imminent, so keep an eye on the Announcements forum in order to be informed of these new changes.
                            Regards,
                            Nick

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by Nick View Post
                              Currently, the way it works is ______.
                              oh, yeah, a game... put the right word in the empty field...ok, let's try.... hum, let's see: Hibernaculum
                              oh no, i'm not going with Xenforo... come on, i'm better than that... i stick with Wordpress... rofl

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