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Unity Cloud

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Unity Cloud is totally unique in the world of intercom systems.

Instead of you owning and managing your own Unity Server, let us do it for you. You log into cloud.unityintercom.com and manage your users and features from there. You can choose between annual licenses, monthly licenses, and even 7 day event licenses. If you need to bring a large group of users online for an event, there’s no reason to purchase all of those users when you don’t normally need them. Just purchase a 7 day event license for that number of users and after the event, they stop being billed. Best of all, you can bill those users back to your client since they were only used for their event!

 


Event Licenses

An Event License is good for 7 days. After those 7 days, these users become inactive. They still exist in your Unity Cloud account but are no longer available for use until you assign them to a subscription plan again.

Prices start at $48 for 5 users with many other quantities of user available.


Monthly Licenses

A Monthly License allows you to only pay for users when you need them. These licenses are billed quarterly so remember that you’ll be paying for users in a three month block. Once you create a user, they remain in your account so that you can reassign them to another subscription plan again without having to recreate the user in the future.

Prices start at $20 per month for 3 users. You can have up to 100 users per month!


Annual Licenses

Annual licenses are the best deal. When you prepay for a group of users a year at a time, you benefit from the lowest overall per-user price. Annual subscriptions also make it easier to ensure that all of the users you need are ready to go as soon as you need them.

Prices start at $18per month when you pay annually. You can have up to 100 users!

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