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  • freehtml
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    Originally posted by eva2000
    the US$30/yr fee is per license
    I see...

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  • filburt1
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    Originally posted by linesiders
    And the 30/yr covers major release updates as well? Like from 2.2x to 3.x?
    Yup, thankfully, although there's no guarantee that they won't change pricing eventualy.

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  • linesiders
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    And the 30/yr covers major release updates as well? Like from 2.2x to 3.x?

    Thanks,

    John

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  • George L
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    Originally posted by freehtml
    Let said I had 2 copy of owned license, can I just paid for the yearly members fees (USD$30) for only one of the license? Since I can download from that and installed for both license?
    the US$30/yr fee is per license

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  • SaintDog
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    No, you will have to pay to update both licenses, totalling $60.

    - SaintDog

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  • freehtml
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    Let said I had 2 copy of owned license, can I just paid for the yearly members fees (USD$30) for only one of the license? Since I can download from that and installed for both license?

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  • SaintDog
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    Glad to be of some help - Good luck with your decision.

    - SaintDog

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  • Kiraly
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    thx all!

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  • filburt1
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    Originally posted by filburt1
    To clarify: after one year with a leased license, you have to remove vBulletin from your site or pay the $85 again. With an owned, you can run it as long as you want, but to download newer versions, you have to pay $30/year.

    Edit: Just fixing a rather important detail -JamesUS.
    What was the change?

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  • SaintDog
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    In the long run, if you plan on running your community for a while, I would suggest going with the owened license, it will pay off much faster.

    An owned license costs $160, this includes 1 year of access to the members area where you will be able to download the latest vBulletin version, graphics dev. packs, as well as porting scripts (they will help you if you are converting from another board to vBulletin). After your 1 year is up, you will still be able to run vBulletin, although you will not be able to download updates until you purchase an extension (of 1 year) for $30/year.

    You will not have to pay the $160 again unless you are wanting to run a second instance of vBulletin.

    Hope this clears things up .

    Regards,

    - SaintDog

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  • Kiraly
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    but whit my own version 4 the first i have to buy upgrade ?

    sorry 4 my bad english!

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  • filburt1
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    To clarify: after one year with a leased license, you have to remove vBulletin from your site or pay the $85 again. With an owned, you can run it as long as you want, but to download newer versions, you have to pay $30/year.

    Edit: Just fixing a rather important detail -JamesUS.
    Last edited by JamesUS; Wed 10 Jul '02, 12:14pm.

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  • George L
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    leased - you are basically renting the vB license on a yearly basis - so earch year you have to pay US$85/yr to be able to use the vB leased license

    owned - you are buying the actual license for US$160 and only need to pay US$30/yr after the 1st year for Member's Area access to download updates/fixes and upgrades

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  • Kiraly
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    what is the differences?
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