Simple pricing, easy migration between plans

Usage-based pricing

I'm a strong believer that a service should charge based on what it's costs are. Errorception's infrastructure costs are proportional on the amount of traffic it receives and the amount of errors that have to be processed. This is why Errorception rate-limits and charges based on number of errors recorded. It's the fairest form of pricing, and is what keeps Errorception affordable to you.

Errorception stops recording errors once you hit the rate-limit. The rate-limit is reset every day at midnight Pacific time.

Pick a plan based on your traffic

Generally speaking, the number of errors your site generates is directly proportional to the amount of traffic your site receives. There are other factors that come into play as well, like the health of your code-base, or the bugs in the latest release. However, the relationship between the number of errors and your site's traffic is still mostly linear.

You should hence pick a plan that reflects your site's traffic correctly. Ideally, you want a plan such that the number of errors you record falls just short of the rate-limit. If you are hitting your rate-limit frequently, you should upgrade.

In an extreme example, lets say you are on the lowest plan on Errorception, but your site generates lots of errors due to the sheer amount of traffic. You would burn through your rate-limit very quickly, probably in a couple of minutes. In such a case, you would not even get a representative sample of the kinds of errors your users encounter, let alone seeing the whole picture. Taking development decisions based on incomplete data could be a dangerous waste of effort.

If you are confused about which plan is right for you, get in touch, and I'll gladly help figure out which plan fits you like a glove.

Easily move between plans

Moving between plans is very easy with Errorception. What's more, Errorception will refund a pro-rated amount for the unused time on your project. For example, if you change your plan on the 15th day of your monthly billing cycle, Errorception refunds 50% of the monthly billed amount to you. This way, you only pay for what you use, and not a penny more.

The same rules apply in the case of a cancellation. If you cancel your Errorception subscription, you will get a pro-rated refund for the unused days. You always win.

Still confused?

Feel free to get in touch if you still have any questions. I want to ensure that you are on the plan that suits you best, so I'll only be glad to help you in any way I can.