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we are a non-profit association that will organize a webinar or online conference on December 9th
and we already have onepro license
we need to expand the subscription because at the moment 200 participants have registered
How can I activate this subscription at a low cost?
Because from what I understand if we upgrade with zoom one business it seems to me that we are forced to purchase 10 licenses
with a monthly cost of 189.90
but this will be charged to the card every month? or only for the month of December?
You can subscribe to a Large-Meeting add-on for your one account. There’s no need to upgrade to 10 business accounts. See this Zoom Support article for details:
i believe you can go to this link to do so:
You should see a screen like this, which I’ve highlighted for you:
Make sure to check the Monthly One-Time option. Once you complete this add-on subscription, you need to assign the add-on to your user account. The referenced articleadvice has these steps:
Welcome to the Zoom Community, @MaryCaseBradtn.
Click the "Monthly (One Time)" button, and it's $50 for one month, and will not renew:
Come back to that box later if you need it again - for just a month. If you end up needing it a lot, auto-renewal can be checked, and I recommend for small businesses and nonprofits to just do monthly auto-renewal. There's no discount for monthly.
If the meeting attendance goes beyond your wildest dreams, you can select the 1,000 participants, which is only $90 monthly (over your Zoom Pro license). Zoom Meetings can't expand beyond 1,000 participants, nor would I recommend it even if it was possible.
A Zoom Webinar license is $79 monthly, and the "base license" is for 500 attendees, expandable to 1,000 attendees for a major leap to $340/month, and up to 3,000 attendees for $990/month -- or higher, as needed, up to 10,000 attendees.
@MaryCaseBradtn, I've reached out to see if someone from Zoom Billing can give you a definitive answer, but since it's just for a single month with no recurring, I think it starts when you buy it and ends 30 days later.
If you select Monthly with recurring, then I think it gets more complicated - charging a pro-rata monthly amount, and then adds it on to your normal monthly billing until canceled. But if you just want 1 month, the option in the previous paragraph should work.
Another interesting note is that the actual license limit on your meeting doesn't matter until the meeting starts. So you don't really need it "in advance".