Hello, I'm sending the following request. Not sure what premium feature does it require. I am using the free plan. Everything worked find while I had the premium (as part of the initial signup.) Thanks for your help, David { "request" : { "application" : "APPID", "auth" : "AUTHTOKEN", "notifications" : [ { "content" : "Hello World!", "send_date" : "now" } ] } }

Response { status_message=This feature is available for Premium accounts only, status_code=210, response=null }

asked 26 Apr '15, 21:53
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edited 26 Apr '15, 21:54

Remote API is available on accounts starting with Premium, and it worked fine for you when your account was in Trial mode. If you require more time for testing purposes and want us to extend the trial, please get in touch with support team with your username.

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answered 27 Apr '15, 07:24
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Our Free plan allows you to send an unlimited number of broadcast push notifications to up to 5 applications and 1.000.000 devices from Pushwoosh Control Panel, while API automation is available for paid accounts. There are actually hundreds of users using the Free plan, so there are a lot of different use cases.

Please get in touch with our team, we will try to work something out with your specific case.

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answered 27 Apr '15, 08:37
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Hi Alex, thanks for your quick answer. What use case is there for an application using the free plan? How would it push notifications for its users? I am working for a small startup that cannot afford the premium plan at this time. Like many other startups, our thought was to pay once we grow/scale which makes sense. The way that you have set the plans makes this impossible. It leaves us no choice but to find another service. Regards, David

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answered 27 Apr '15, 08:14
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