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  • VB5 Questions before purchase/upgrade.

    I am little confused about vb5 license upgrades.
    We have several vb3 and vb4 licenses and planning to upgrade all our sites shortly.
    All our existing licenses are branding free.

    How much will each new vb5 license cost ?
    How much will upgrade to vb5 cost ?
    Are we eligible for any kind of discounts ?
    Will we need to re-purchase the branding free ?

    Thanks and waiting your reply.
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    You do not have to re-purchase branding options if you upgrade.

    The base upgrade price is $209 a license. The cost of a new license (with branding) is $249.

    Email sales@vbulletin.com to see what discounts you may be eligible for with multiple licenses or just log into vBulletin.com and put them in your shopping cart- discounts are automatically applied.

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    • #3
      Hi Joe,
      Can you guide me to some links, which shows major differences/changes between vbulletin 3. vbulletin4 and vbulletin 5 ?

      Thanks.
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      I would like to see that too, would not be easy

      Originally posted by SaN-DeeP View Post
      Hi Joe, Can you guide me to some links, which shows major differences/changes between vbulletin 3. vbulletin4 and vbulletin 5 ? Thanks.

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      • #5
        We don't have any existing pages showing the differences between VB 3.x, 4.x, and 5.x. Really 3.x shouldn't even be considered at this point, it was great software and I can understand no upgrading a site that works, but VB4 has everything VB3 does and more and is a stable platform.

        Your only real choice should be between VB4 and VB5 at this time.

        VB5 still has some major bugs, and while work is ongoing it is no secret VB 4.2.0 is the most stable version we currently have out and the one I would recommend starting out with at this time.

        Over the next several months you can watch this forum and upgrade to VB5 when you feel it will meet your needs.

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