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Mayor / Maire

Re: Any reason not to switch from $30 to **Special Offer** $25 plan?


@jrm wrote:

Thanks @Dunkman. I understand future credits would not be applied to the account if I switched now. Do you know if the current $10 under 'Available funds in your account' would also be removed before the next bill if I switched now?  It's only $5, so I don't care that much, but I'm just curious at this point.


I think you have the 6 credits. I've never heard of claw-backs here. Once in your Available Funds...it's yours.

Re: Any reason not to switch from $30 to **Special Offer** $25 plan?


@z10user4 wrote:

 @jrm 

I suspect it was this promo. You probably just got the last credit.


That depends on the exact timing of signup. I can't remember exactly when the $10 off promo for 6 renewals. I know some people who signed up end of February/early March.  Such customers would still have another renewal to go before receiving the last $10 payout.  The $10 couldn't be used for the first 30 days.

Mayor / Maire

Re: Any reason not to switch from $30 to **Special Offer** $25 plan?


@computergeek541 wrote:

@z10user4 wrote:

 @jrm 

I suspect it was this promo. You probably just got the last credit.


That depends on the exact timing of signup. I can't remember exactly when the $10 off promo for 6 renewals. I know some people who signed up end of February/early March.  Such customers would still have another renewal to go before receiving the last $10 payout.  The $10 couldn't be used for the first 30 days.


OP said he sees 6 $10 credits. Yes the first one *could* be a referral so he would have to read the description. The promo also says within 30 days. He said he saw the first one on Mar 5 so perhaps he signed up near the start of the promo in early-ish Feb or so.

Re: Any reason not to switch from $30 to **Special Offer** $25 plan?


@z10use

OP said he sees 6 $10 credits. Yes the first one *could* be a referral so he would have to read the description. The promo also says within 30 days. He said he saw the first one on Mar 5 so perhaps he signed up near the start of the promo in early-ish Feb or so.


I was just speaking in general for other customers who are still on that promotion.  Yes, both plans offer identical featurs, this being one of rarer times that prices decreased.

jrm
Good Citizen / Bon Citoyen

Re: Any reason not to switch from $30 to **Special Offer** $25 plan?

Feb 20

YVR
Model Citizen / Citoyen Modèle

Re: Any reason not to switch from $30 to **Special Offer** $25 plan?


@jrm wrote:

Feb 20


What do you mean ? Feb 20?

jrm
Good Citizen / Bon Citoyen

Re: Any reason not to switch from $30 to **Special Offer** $25 plan?

I meant to quote an earlier post that was wondering about when I originally signed up.  The signup date was February 20th.

Mayor / Maire

Re: Any reason not to switch from $30 to **Special Offer** $25 plan?


@jrm wrote:

I meant to quote an earlier post that was wondering about when I originally signed up.  The signup date was February 20th.


I was with ya Smiley Happy

Like I said, I think you're done that promo. Schedule the $25 plan change for your next renewal and you're set.

YVR
Model Citizen / Citoyen Modèle

Re: Any reason not to switch from $30 to **Special Offer** $25 plan?


@jrm wrote:

I meant to quote an earlier post that was wondering about when I originally signed up.  The signup date was February 20th.


The new plan has more features and cost less.

 

Re: Any reason not to switch from $30 to **Special Offer** $25 plan?

The $25 is the same plan as the now old $30 plan.  Even if you have one or two $10 credits remaining, in the long run, switching to the $25 plan on your next renewal will save you more over the long run.

 

The plans have the same features.  The old has been removed from the market, the $25 plan *might* be removed soon.