Hi there, this is the official changelog page of FastCron.

Jul 13, 2023 fastcron.com

Gold plan update


On November 12, 2023, I will discontinue the Gold plan. After that:

  • You can no longer renew your Gold account.
  • You can continue using your Gold plan until its expiry date.
  • You must choose the special deal on the Billing page to upgrade and renew your account to the Indie plan before your account expiry date.

Compare the plans

Below is the comparison table of the Gold plan versus the new Indie plan.
It's for reference only. Please check your Billing page for your own special deal.

If you have a Gold plan with 8,000 daily executions at $24/year, it will be automatically converted to the new Indie plan with 8,000 daily executions at $24/year on Nov 12. No extra charge, no action is required.

Gold plan Indie plan
Price $20/year $36/year
Daily executions 7,200 9,000
Recurring cronjobs 9,000 901
Cron timeout 30 minutes 2 hours
Cron logs 60 120
Failure logs 10 20
Archived cron logs - 7 days
Custom user agent - yes
Retry failed executions - yes
Webhook notification - yes

What will happen?

  • If you have a Paddle subscription (auto-renew): On your account expiration day, if you haven't updated your account, I will change your account to the new plan.
    For example, your Gold account is valid until June 25, 2024. It will be converted to the Indie plan on that day.
  • If you don't have a subscription, then you can only choose the special deal to upgrade and renew your account.
  • If your account expires, your cronjobs will be disabled. Your account will be downgraded to the free plan after one month. After that, the Gold plan and special deal will be gone. You can only choose the Indie plan at $5/month when your account is downgraded.

What should I do?

  • To prevent service interruption, please upgrade and create a subscription as soon as possible.
  • You can also downgrade to the free plan, which requires logging in with a Google account every 60 days.

Visit the Billing page to upgrade, downgrade, or cancel your subscription.

  1. If the account has over 90 recurring cronjobs, I'll set the limit to 120% of the current usage. 

Thuan Thuan · 9w · 1196

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