Altering the Credit System On WP Bubble
While nothing is actually changing, except the fact that we are changing the word “credit” to “amount”, our users were getting confused on what the credit system was and how it worked. The verbiage was simply: One dollar equals one credit. Instead, we are going to call everything as it is and revert back to a “dollar system”.
You will still add credits to your account in the form of dollars. You might add $5.00, $10.00, $20.00, or more at a time. Everyday, a certain dollar amount will be deducted from your account to charge you for whatever type of website you are using since our platform is basically performance-based pricing.
If you are using a Static plan, our cheapest plan, the amount of 20 cents out of a dollar will be deducted per day. This amounts to around $6.00 per month. If your website is a blogging type of website, than you will pay 25 cents per day, or $7.50 per month. Our maximum plan, which gives you 8 GB of RAM and the a lot of power from the server, will cost $2.00 per day or $60.00 per month.
The word “credit” will now be “amount” and everything is in the form of USD or United States dollar currency. There is no extra step or anything required on your part, other than to actually pay for the service. We do hope this will help our users understand our system furthermore.