Ken Carnesi
August 30, 2017 in
Business, Startups

The Benefits of Usage-Based Pricing

You may think you have bagged yourself a bargain when you sign a fixed-term contract, but in reality, you could end up paying for services you don’t use. For example, if your mobile phone provider contract includes unlimited calls and data, but you only ever use texts and Wi-Fi, then it’s not such a bargain after all.

Usage-based pricing has many benefits, and here at DNSFilter, it’s the only way we operate to ensure that our customers are getting the best deal for them. We understand that as our list of clients is so diverse, stretching across a wide range of industries, that a “one size fits all” pricing system is simply not suitable.

Bespoke Pricing

The basic principle of a usage-based pricing system is that you only pay for what you use. Instead of being tied into a contract with a fixed price, no matter if you use all the services offered or not, you are simply charged for the products and services you need. Most of our clients find this an ideal approach, which best suits their needs in a continuously evolving IT landscape. In contrast, a flat-rate service would only be financially just if using %100 of all offered services and limits.

Usage-based pricing means no overages, hidden fees, surcharges, licensing, nor limitations; the pricing remains consistent.

Flexibility: Redefined

Usage-based pricing means incomparable flexibility for your business. There are no usage limits , allowing your business has the flexibility to grow and expand.

At DNSFilter, we offer custom pricing packages for businesses who are likely to use large amounts of DNS requests per annum. We understand that no two businesses are alike, and so no two pricing strategies should be alike either. In order to be able to offer our customers the best value on the market for their internet filters, we provide pricing model which is guaranteed to be the most value on the market; a superior filtering service for the best price.