Addo Sign prices
In this article you will find prices for credits, an overview of what credits are used for and how to find out how to use credits.
Price of credits
In Addo Sign you use "Credits" to pay with. Credits are therefore the currency inside our system, and you will be charged in credits when doing a transaction. There are two ways to purchase credits; either you choose Addo Sign Basic, where you prepay for a number of credits which is then available to you, or you choose one of our service subscriptions. With either the Addo Sign Standard or Premium subscription, you pay for your actual credit consumption and sublime service. You can find more information on our price model here.
The price of credits varies according to how many you choose to buy. Therefore, if you buy a smaller number, the price per credit will be more expensive than if you buy a larger number.
How many credits does a transaction use?
Sending a document for signature can vary in price, as the price depends on how you choose to compose the transaction. "Transaction" is the term used to describe the sending of one or more documents for signature, by one or more parties.
The following elements may affect the price of the transaction:
- Number of signatories
- Number of documents to be signed
- Identification method
- Signature method
- How the signed document is distributed (e-Boks, Google Drive or one of the many other integrations)
- Additional costs when using Addo Forms
You can find an overview of what uses how many credits, inside this article
How many credits have I spent?
It is possible to follow the purchase history of credits at any time in the user settings of Addo.
In addition, you can see in the overview how many credits you have spent by looking at the column "Credits." However, this can be a bit overwhelming if there are a lot of transactions over a long period of time. In that case, it might be a good idea to download a CSV file, which will give you a comprehensive overview of the credits used and other data from your transactions. We have a detailed guide to downloading a CSV file in this article