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Thread: Providing minimum of 5 developer licenses is unfair for small business companies

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    Default Providing minimum of 5 developer licenses is unfair for small business companies

    Providing minimum of 5 developer licenses is unfair for small business companies, like mine.

    Do you think I am going to pay about 4000 EUR alone?

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    Thank you for your concern. My understanding is that existing customers can still renew licenses which may be for fewer than 5 developers. If you haven't already, you might check with our Sales team to see what options are available.
    https://www.sencha.com/company/contact/

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    The license policy is really strange. I hold an old single developer license and can renew this every year. But it is not possible to change the license type from "pro" to "premium".
    I ask the sales team, and they confirmed I have to buy 5 new licenses if I wish to switch from "pro" to "premium".

    That's really disappointing!

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    I was able to upgrade my single user license to premium (march 2016) so unless they changed their policy you should be able to upgrade.

    Erik

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    i try this in July and they confirmed that is not possible. I have to buy 5 new pro licences...

    However, the themer is now in pro package... that makes it a bit better

    Bye, Dumbledore

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    Quote Originally Posted by ErikJAX View Post
    I was able to upgrade my single user license to premium (march 2016) so unless they changed their policy you should be able to upgrade.

    Erik
    Nothing has changed here. You are still able to renew a single license.
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    Hi Mitchell,

    in my case there is no problem to renew my single license... i do this every year. But with the your license changes i am not able to "switch" my single license from "pro" to "premium".
    Currently i try to clearify this again with the sales support...

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