Paying for Mituyu

We think of access to Mituyu in terms of licences. You need a licence in order to publish live (you can keep using the console without a license, but the system won't actually publish anything). There are a number of different ways to get a licence:

Free trial

When you log on for the first time, you'll receive a free seven day trial. This is to enable you to try Mituyu out to make sure it's right for you before you commit to paying for it.

One-off payments

You can buy a month's licence for £12 (inc VAT) - you'll find the button for this on your configuration screen. If your licence has already expired, we make your new purchase start on the day you pay, but of course if it hasn't, you'll be adding a month from the point of expiry.

Recurring payments

An easier alternative to making a one-off payment is to set up repeat billing. This works in the same way as one-off payments; in fact, if you don't have an active licence, you'll be immediately billed. However, you will then be automatically billed at the end of each licence period, without having to manually make a payment.

You can cancel recurring payments at any time using the same control panel, at which point we won't bill you any more.

Referring users

Do not dispair, skinflints, there's another way to get free access! From your account page, you can refer up to eight people a day by entering their email addresses. If we don't already know them, we'll send them an email inviting them to use Mituyu. The first time they make a payment, we'll give you a free month too.

Your free month will appear on the configuration screen - if you have any unspent tokens, you can click on them to use them. This isn't automatic, as it's possible to have more than one thing to spend them on, but we'll get to that later.

Note: the person you refer actually has to make a payment; if they receive a free month from someone they refer, it won't count!

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