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thunker
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differing biennial prices

** Edit:  Oh, I see. I'd forgotten that I chose to backup an extra 20 GB. That explains the difference. Never mind. Nothing to see here. This can be marked "solved"  or useless, or deleted, or whatever.  **

 

I payed $251.79 for a biennial subscription to MozyHome 125 GB.

 

I note that the same plan lists for $209.79 (see below). I also note that at my renewal date I will be charged $251.79 instead of $209.79.

 

MozyHome 125 GB
Base Plan:125 GB storage, 3 computers
Base Price:$9.99 / month
Biennial Price**:$209.79 for base plan (3 months free)

 

Seems like $209.79 should have been the correct price.

 

Was there a price change? If so, why wouldn't my renewal come in at the lower price?

 

Or perhaps I'm just confusing things somehow.

 

Thanks for any info,

 

Dave

ShawnL
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Re: differing biennial prices

@thunker - Sounds like you got it all worked out. Please let us know if you need anything additional and we will be happy to help answer any questions you may have. 

 

Thank you for using the Mozy community!

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thunker wrote:

** Edit:  Oh, I see. I'd forgotten that I chose to backup an extra 20 GB. That explains the difference. Never mind. Nothing to see here. This can be marked "solved"  or useless, or deleted, or whatever.  **

 

Shawn L.
Community Manager
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