ZOHO Pricing | December 17, 2021, By Bob Ritter.
Zoho completed 25 years in 2021. The company continues to build and expand its product portfolio and invest heavily in research and development (R&D) initiatives and global infrastructure with a focus on creating a vertically and horizontally integrated tech stack.
For more than 25 years, Zoho has been helping organizations of all sizes across the world manage and grow their business better, faster, and smarter. Delivering incredible value and affordable pricing has been at the core of Zoho’s business strategy. To maintain and improve what Zoho is delivering to your business, the company has increased its product pricing.
Starting from April 2021, Zoho has increased the prices of most of its products and you can see the updated prices here.
The Good News: The price increase will not apply to your existing monthly or annual paid subscriptions until renewal on or before January 17, 2022. Customers who signed up for product trials on or before April 5, 2021, and completed the purchase on or before April 30, 2021, will be paying the current price. The price change will only result in a 15% increase in your current invoice, starting January 17, 2022.
The Better News: Even though Zoho’s pricing is increasing, the company is still providing the most affordable products as compared to competitors by a substantial margin. Zoho is making larger investments in infrastructure and R&D to ensure efficiency, product enhancement, and sustainability. Zoho pricing change will still keep all product packages very affordable, and at the same time will help the company better equipped to innovate. The increase in value for all of Zoho customers will greatly outweigh the price change.
Frequently Asked Questions
A: The price change applies to all global geographies and regions with the exceptions of a few countries like Africa, South America, Latin America, China, and Japan.
A: Any customer who renews an existing contract on or before January 16, 2022, will lock in their current price for the term of the renewed contract only if it is less or equal to one year.
*Disclaimer: Subject to errors, omissions, and changes.