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Subscription - Free vs Lite

Lasastard
19 Nov, 2018 12:13
Hi,

sorry if this is obvious, but I wasn't able to figure it out somehow.
I think it's time to subscribe, my image output is slowly increasing so that "only" 10 images won't be enough.

That said, the "lite" plan allows 12 images per year (12 in year one, another 12 in year 2 etc).
My question: How do my 10 "astrobin free" images factor into that? Say I subscribe to "astrobin lite" now - do I keep my 10 images *plus* 12 new slots, or am I only gaining 2 slots effectively for a total of 12, including my 10 already uploaded images?

Cheers,
Marc
siovene
19 Nov, 2018 17:10
Hi Marc,
you keep your free images plus 12 new slots.

its advisable that you first reach 10 free images and then subscribe to Lite, otherwise you give up some images that you could’ve uploaded for free.

Basically when you subscribe to Lite, you get a counter that starts from 12 and goes to 0 as you upload images. The counter starts from 12
regardless of how many images you had before.

Hope this clarifies it and thanks in advance for your support!

S.
Capt_Buscemi
19 Nov, 2018 19:46
Hello

I have just upgraded to Lite as well. I have a different question about making Comments.

On on my iPad, I can comment on any post, but on my Mac there is never a Comment button. Is this anything to do with my subscription?

Cheers
Mark
siovene
19 Nov, 2018 19:49
No Mark, it’s lilely caused by your ad blocker. Go ahead and disable it for AstroBin (pretty much all of them can be disable on a.per-website basis).  You don’t get ads on AstroBin anyway, as a paying member! And thanks!
Capt_Buscemi
19 Nov, 2018 20:19
Salvatore Iovene
No Mark, it’s lilely caused by your ad blocker. Go ahead and disable it for AstroBin (pretty much all of them can be disable on a.per-website basis).  You don’t get ads on AstroBin anyway, as a paying member! And thanks!

Ah, right! I’ll try that. Thanks for your very quick reply Salvatore!
 
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