By the way, you can login after September 1st, and choose a Free basic version.
Next time you will login after 1st, you will get three choices.
There is Pro Lite and Free. You can choose free and continue using a basic version if it is of any use to you at all. You will be charged nothing for it. (Nothing, like ZERO. No hidden charges, no GST, no swach bharat, no service fee, no service charge no nothing )
@Sensibull Also, since we are going to be First Few paid Customers with long term commitment, can you assure that these are the best offers that you will offer and in future, if you give better offers for customer acquisition or for any other promo, those benefits will be passed on to us?
I am asking this because recently Zerodha delivered ‘Take It or leave It’ kind of treatment to around 1% of their Old Active Customers to Transfer their DP from ILFS to Zerodha within 2 months or they will delink our DP accounts from Trading Account. Now that doesn’t feel nice, especially when you are the first few to opt for new platforms.
Since this is the first time I am facing this question, I need to think before I answer this
The only thing I can assure you is that we will never short change our first users, or treat our first users unfairly. Here are some pointers
You will never see that someone else got a steeper discount than you did
We will run free trials when some new feature is launched for 7 days, in this case we will add +7 days free to every paid users subscription. For example, we are extending the pro till Monday, September 3rd. We have added +3 days to every paid user for that
We will do this . A bunch of other things came up which required immediate attention. These were bugs which could potentially affect the calculated numbers for users in other time zones outside India.
I understand that that is no reason why your receipt should be delayed. This invoice page where you can see your receipt is in our things to do. If it is alright with you could you please give us time till Monday? Sorry about the delay again. Thanks for reminding