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What Does It Mean That My Plan Gets X Readers?
What Does It Mean That My Plan Gets X Readers?

Does MagLoft guarantee my magazine to get a certain amount of readers? What happens if my existing readers are beyond that number?

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Written by Okka
Updated over a week ago

If you've visited our pricing plans page, then you've noticed that we included a different amount of readers in each plan:

We've received quite a few questions regarding what the numbers mean. To clarify, MagLoft does not guarantee that you will have this many readers if you sign up for our plans

These numbers are simply referring to the readers' limit each of our plans has. It means that you can only have a certain amount of readers when you're in a specific plan. This is the total number and not the number of people who can read the magazine at the same time.

If you are in our App plan, you can only have a maximum of 2,000 readers in total. If you are in the Mobile plan, you can only have a maximum of 5,000 readers in total, and if you are in our Business plan, you get unlimited numbers of readers.

How are these readers calculated?

Anyone who signs up or create an account within your app, and logs in to their account, will be counted towards the readers' limit.

If the account has been created, but the reader hasn't logged in yet, it won't be counted towards the readers' limit.

What happens when I have hit the readers' limit?

If you have hit the limit of readers in your current plan, then your magazine won't be able to accept a new account sign up. 

Our system is notified whenever our users are about to hit their readers' limits, so we will reach out to you and give you the heads up.

What can I do when I hit the readers' limit?

To expand your readers' limit, then you will need to upgrade to our next paid plan, and you will have your new plan's readers limit. If you don't want to upgrade to the next plan, then you will need to delete existing readers to be able to have a new one.

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