$4/mo for the family plan. I use mine for everything and share it with 2 family members.
I bought a lifetime subscription for $70 long time ago. One of my best investments.
We pay $7.99/user/month, the standard amount listed on their site as of 2019-08-27
We pay $200/year for 4 seats. We set these seats up as types of seats so that an entire group of people share a seat.
$50 license. One time fee instead of membership.
140 people paying around $16k/yr with enterprise features (eg. SSO).
$3.99/month currently for personal version.
Single seat, one time purchase from old non-cloud version 39.99, considering upgrading to cloud version.
We are on a Teams Plan with 3 members and 2 guests. Guests still have access to vaults that we designate, but they don't increase our cost. We pay $145 annually for the 3 users.
$8 per user monthly totally worth it compared to cheaper competitors. Sales team were great.
$700 per year for just under 20 staff. Quick and pretty painless sales process got us a fine discount - just told them we were looking at a couple competitors and only interested in a few features, and they dropped the price enough that it made sense to just sign.
Even if you're a small company it seems worthwhile to spend 30 min with a sales person.
I use 1Password Family paying $50/Year. I tried a free trial initially and had moved out when they sent me a $10 coupon which I used to get the discount.
$57.93 for Team license, $4.83 per user.
I pay $4.99/month, billed annually for their family plan.
I'm paying $2.99/month for 1Password as a single user. It's what's quoted on the site.
$35.88 for the annual package, which equates to $2.99 per user per month
We pay $4/ month in the family plan.
We have split our company into 5 Teams that share logins.
1passowrd works flawlessly on Mac and iOS. But it’s not as slick on PCs.
$4/month for the family plan shared with 1 person + 2 guests.
We pay $3.99/user/month for the Teams product. There are only 2 of us, so we don't really have price negotiating power!
1Password is a fantastic service that offers a $45 yearly plan for one user.
A good way to save on 1Password is to use promo links when registering. A promo code cannot be applied to an already registered account, but it can be circumvented. You need to export your password storage, log in to your personal account and delete your account. Next, in the incognito tab, create a new account using a promo link with the same Email Address, log in to the vault and import previously exported passwords. Profit.
Promo of your choice:
Get a 3 month free trial 1Password Families, $4.99 per month afterwards at 1password.com/promo/trustpanda
Students can get 6 months free at studentappcentre.com/App/1Password
$35.88/seat/year. We don't really need Active Directory logins, or a audit trail.
I am paying a personal license of 2.99 dollars per month.
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