Today we continue talking about the changes that Charles is making to RelaNet pricing tiers. In particular, today we discuss how to handle customers whose pricing would be different under the new pricing plans. Should these customers be grandfathered and allowed to keep their current pricing? Should they be forced to change plans, either immediately or after some number of months? These are the questions that Charles is wrestling with.
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Show Notes and Links
- Old Pricing Table – This is the pricing plan and pricing table that RelaNet is moving away from
- New Pricing Table – This is the new pricing plan and pricing table discussed in this episode
- Final Pricing Table – After recording, Charles revised his pricing table again. This is the pricing table that was actually published.