We understand your concerns about pricing. It is a necessary step we have taken in order for us to continue building high quality educational apps for your kids.
With a monthly subscription, the child has access to the full Agnitus program, advancing through the curriculum at their own pace and skill level.
Please let us know what you would consider a fair monthly price? We would appreciate your feedback.Anonymous supported this idea ·
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You have done a great job of talking in circles without addressing the issue, that being the high price tag that's been placed on the subscription.
My Grandkids love this program unfortunately, I'm on a fixed income and coming up with an additional $150 a year doesn't fit in my budget nor can I justify paying that much for a program I've paid a small fortune for and will not have access to once the subscription is canceled.
What I don't understand is why you can't put a onetime purchase price on this program. It seems that almost every other company manages to sell their programs and continues to update, upgrade, repair and monitor them with a flat out affordable one time purchase price and to top it off, you don't loose access to it after paying for it.
It seems someone in your company really needs to rethink your monthly subscription cost and take into consideration there are a lot of people out there that can't afford what you're asking. Thereby making it available t the 90% of the population who's income is way below the six figure mark.