Simple, No Nonsense Pricing!
All features included. Just pick a license for your number of users and go.
Price per Year Most companies prefer this option
|Unlimited User License||$2,499 / Year|
|200 User License||$1,899 / Year|
|150 User License||$1,449 / Year|
|100 User License||$999 / Year|
|75 User License||$799 / Year|
|50 User License||$569 / Year|
|35 User License||$399 / Year|
|20 User License||$249 / Year|
|10 User License||$189 / Year|
|5 User License||$125 / Year|
Price per 3 Years The most cost effective way to run LiquidFiles
|Unlimited User License||$6,249 / 3 Years|
|200 User License||$4,749 / 3 Years|
|150 User License||$3,699 / 3 Years|
|100 User License||$2,499 / 3 Years|
|75 User License||$2,069 / 3 Years|
|50 User License||$1,449 / 3 Years|
|35 User License||$1,069 / 3 Years|
|20 User License||$629 / 3 Years|
|10 User License||$479 / 3 Years|
|5 User License||$319 / 3 Years|
You will be re-directed to the license server at https://license.liquidfiles.com to complete your purchase. Please create an account if you don't already have one.
You only need licenses for your local users. You don't need licenses for external users sending files to you.
60 Day Moneyback Guarantee
If you buy a license and realize afterwards that LiquidFiles doesn't work for you, for whatever reason, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org within 60 days and we'll refund the money instantly. We will ask why, but any reason is valid and we will always refund on request within 60 days.
You can purchase online using any major Credit Card or PayPal when clicking this link or the Purchase Now button above.
If you prefer to purchase using an electronic wire transfer, please create an account and login to the LiquidFiles Account server at https://license.liquidfiles.com. Please click on "Quotes" to generate a Quote with our banking details available in the footer.
- All prices are in US Dollars.
- You can upgrade your license at any time. We will refund the remainding value of your existing license towards the new license. You will only need to pay the difference to the upgraded license.
- We don't sell on Purchase Orders (PO's) or accept Checks. You can pay online with a Credit Card, PayPal or with a wire transfer.
- License are per server. If you want to run multiple servers, you need multiple licenses.
- You are free to move between any of the supported platforms with the same license. If you decide to switch from a hosted install to the AWS or Azure version (or vice versa), you can install your license on the new platform, which will have the same limitation as the old one, and decommission the old system when the system has been migrated. You can only run one system in production with the same license key.
- The license is tied to the Public URL of the server.
- If a license expires, you won't be able to send files any more. You can still download any previously sent files.
- Amazon AWS/Microsoft Azure charges are not included in the license cost for the AWS/Azure version.
The Amazon AWS/Microsoft Azure instance is the equivalent
of you running your own VMware Server. Either you pay for your own hardware, bandwidth, virtualisation
cost etc, or you pay Amazon to host the virtual instance for you.
On a practical level, when you launch an Amazon AWS/Microsoft Azure instance, you are running in your own private AWS/Azure cloud. We have no visibility, or control, over the installation in your private AWS/Azure cloud and couldn't pay for the cost even if we wanted to.
Multi-Domain setup and licensing
If LiquidFiles is configured with multiple domains, where each domain has its own Public URL, branding, users, groups, Filedrops, ... it also requires its own LiquidFiles license per domain. A 100 user license is 100 users within the domain it's installed on, and an unlimited user license is unlimited users within the domain it's installed on and so on. For each domain you configure, you will also need a LiquidFiles license for that domain.
You can mix and match licenses as needed though so you may have one domain with 100 users, another with 50 and yet another with 20. Whatever you need.
Users and Licenses
The following license restrictions applies for different LiquidFiles features:
You will need licenses for all your local users, regardless if the user sends/receives, or just receives large files. You also need a license for any other user that needs to be able to send messages to anyone.
You don't need licenses for any external user that only sends files to local users or that receives files.
As an example, if your local company domain is company.com, any email@example.com
will require a license to use the Secure Messages feature and will be able to send and receive Secure
Messages to firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com and anyone else without requiring any special
configuration of partner.com or accountants.com.
The external/unlicensed user firstname.lastname@example.org can send files to email@example.com and anyone else @company.com, but not to firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
If you want, you can also configure administrative restrictions so that the Local User firstname.lastname@example.org can only send messages and files to email@example.com or anything else as you wish. This does not affect licenses. firstname.lastname@example.org, as a member of your local domain @company.com will require a license.
You will need licenses for all users (Local and External) that require read/write access to shares.
You don't need licenses for any external user that only has read-only access to shares.
Filedrops (fixed, pre-defined URLs where external users can send files to you) can only be enabled for local/licensed users.
Only local/licensed users can create FileLinks.
Only local/licensed users can create and send File Requests.
You can have unlimited external/non-licensed user accounts with any license so even with a 20 user license you can send files to unlimited recipients, have unlimited external users send files to you and have unlimited users that has read-only access to shares and so on.
Licensed users are counted as users configured on the system. If you have a 50 user license you can have 50 local users configured on the system. If someone leaves and you delete their account, you can instantly add someone else, but you can only have 50 local users configured at any one time.