Renewing Free License

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  1. Arthur Siu

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    So I have the 1st year free 3CX license, which supports 16 calls. What I want to know is what happens when the year is up? I need to renew the license and I want the free one that support only 4 calls. How do I get the that particular license for free, just contact a vendor?
     
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    interested to know also...
     
  3. YiannisH_3CX

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    Hello @Arthur Siu

    The new free standard licence includes 16 simultaneous calls for a year. Once the first year is up you have 2 options:
    • Renew the maintenance to keep using 16 simultaneous calls or
    • Do nothing and the licence will drop to 4 simultaneous calls annual standard (after a month of grace period).
     
  4. Arthur Siu

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    So if I do not do anything it will automatically drop/ automatically renew into the 4 simultaneous calls? That would be pretty nice. Sorry to sound like an idiot. I just want to double check because I will not be around my company when the renewal happens, and I hope they can still use 3CX without interruptions or intervention upon my part. Thanks for the reply.
     
  5. YiannisH_3CX

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    That is correct. The system will automatically drop to 4SC calls standard once the maintenance (and grace period) expires. You do not need to do anything.
    Glad i could help
     
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