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New (Lower) Prices for Odoo

abin c ibrahim
on 1/13/15, 11:39 PM 806 views

Hi friends,,

Any1 heard about this news,,,

I heard that odoo lowers its price this new year..any1 know the details

Jazakallahu Hair...



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On 1/14/15, 2:05 AM

Hi Abin

You can see all the prices and details here: https://www.odoo.com/pricing
The new prices are 20€ per month per user and ofcourse it is still free for up to two users as it has been.
The concept for getting a 20% discount if you buy for a full year is kept by the way.

abin c ibrahim
On 1/14/15, 11:08 PM

Thanks friends..


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Stephen Mack
On 1/14/15, 8:08 AM

The announcement was on the Odoo Blog on January 2nd.  And the new structure is that you pay 20€ per user (regardless of the number of modules you install) AND 20€ for each module installed.  PLUS there is a two month discount if you pay for the full year (not just 10% as in the old pricing structure).

So there are some considerable savings for medium size businesses (not so much savings for small buinesses).

There was a discussion of the subject on the Odoo Email List a few days ago.

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