Price logics

Price logics are rules added to plans to charge subscribed customers. A plan can have multiple price logics.

There are 5 types available to choose.

Flat Fee

This is a simple flat fee for every subscribed customer. It doesn't depends on usage and it can be charged at the beginning of each period or at the end.


Per Unit

This adds same price for each unit of a meter.

Example:
You set a per unit price logic with a value of $2. If your customer has 25 uses in the period, the price logic will add $50 to the final price.


Stair Step

With this price logic, you can set Tiers to determine the amount charged. The price of each tier applies to any usage within the tier limits.

Example:
You set a Stait Step price logic with the following tiers:
0 - 100 = $50
101 - inf = $150

If your customer has 70 uses in the period, the price logic will add $50 to the final price. If usage is above 101, the price logic will add $150 to the final price.


Tiered

With this price logic you can define a per unit price that changes acording to different Tiers.

Example:
You set a Tiered price logic with the following tiers:
0 - 100 = $3
101 - 500 = $2
501 - inf = $1

If your customer has:
70 uses => 70 * $3 = $210
210 uses => 100 * $3 + 110 * 2 = $520
600 uses => 100 * $3 + 400* 2 + 100 * 1 = 1200


Volume

With this price logic you can set the same per unit price based on tiers.

Example:
You set a Volume price logic with the following tiers:
0 - 100 = $3
101 - 500 = $2
501 - inf = $1

If your customer has:
70 uses => 70 * $3 = $210
210 uses => 210 * $2 = $420
600 uses => 600 * $1 = $600