Auth Armor currently supports three different account types.
- Free - 250 free auths allowed each month, 2 team members.
- Standard - 500 free auths included each month, 10 team members
- Enterprise - Coming soon.
For more features, price and comparisons, please see the pricing page
Changing Account Types
To change account types, simply click the "Change" button next to account types in the billing info section of the dashboard (https://dashboard.autharmor.com/billing). If you are currently on the free account type, click change and select standard. This will prompt for a credit card. A credit card is required to be on file for the standard account. For more information on how Auth Armor does billing, please see the Billing help page
To change from Standard to Free, you must have only 2 team members to change back to free. If you have more than 2 team members, please remove them from the Team Users page (https://dashboard.autharmor.com/ before downgrading from Standard to Free. Note: You are still responsible for any outstanding bill after switching to a Free account. Balance due will be calculated at the end of the current month and an invoice will be sent. Your card on file will still be charged to satisfy the remaining amount due.
The Free account includes 250 free push auth requests each month. You can not go over 250 with the free account. Once you hit the limit, the system will not allow anymore push auth requests to be sent. You can upgrade your account to Standard to send more than 250 in a month.
The Standard account includes 500 push auth request every month. The Standard plan costs $5.00 a month plus usage fees after 500 push auth requests. For example, if you send 1250 push auth requests in a month, you will be billed as follows:
$5.00 + ((1250 - 500) * 0.05) = $42.50
Billing is done at the end of a usage month. For example, the usage dates of January 1st to 31st, you will be billed on or around February 10th for the usage incurred during January.
What counts at a Push Auth Request?
Any request to the API that is not a 404 or 500 HTTP Error will result a push auth request. If the request timed out or was declined, this will be counted as a request.