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Sponsored Accounts Update: Volume Pricing and Non-Profit Discounts

Posted by Andrew Sinkov on 28 Mar 2011

Posted by Andrew Sinkov on 28 Mar 2011

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Recently, we unveiled Evernote Sponsored Accounts, which make it easy for teams, schools and businesses to purchase and manage Evernote Premium subscriptions for everyone in their organizations. After only a few short weeks, we’re excited to see companies and educational institutions around the world offering Evernote Premium as a benefit to their employees and students.

We’re happy to announce a couple of updates to Sponsored Accounts: volume pricing and discounts for non-profits.

Volume pricing

We now offer a volume discount when purchasing Evernote Premium for your company. Here’s the breakdown:

  • 1-4 individuals: $5 per user per month
  • 5-99 individuals: $3.75 per user per month
  • 100+ individuals: $2.50 per user per month

As your team grows, we will apply the appropriate discount, so feel free to start small. Also, the discounted rate will be automatically applied to future bills of existing groups.

50% discount for non-profit organizations

Non-profits are now eligible for the same discount that we offer to educational institutions: 50% off of the regular single user. In order to be eligible, U.S. institutions must be a qualified 501(c)(3) public charity as identified by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). International institutions must provide equivalent non-profit status verification.

Sponsored Account overviews

Check out our PDF overviews of Evernote for Business and Evernote for Education:

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To create a sponsored account for your organization, sign into Evernote Web and click on Settings, then choose Account Sponsorship, or go directly there by following this link.

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  • Ted Serreyn

    Ok, but as a small business user, it is cheaper to have my employees purchase a year at 45$/year rather than sponsoring them at $60/year.

    • Andrew Sinkov

      If you have more than 4, then it makes sense to go with Sponsored Accounts.

  • Jon

    Still does not get around different annual expire dates

  • Dennis Currutt

    Sorry, but I hate the new evernote. You have made it so it is not useful. Key pieces of information that I used for each note was:

    1- The ability to “Map it” for each note, which gave me the location URL for Google.

    2- The ability to get the latitude, longitude, and altitude for each note. Without this, evernote is not useful for me.

    If there is a way to get this information, please let me know how, as I cannot find it.

    Thanks

    • Andrew Sinkov

      Dennis, when you view a note, click on the Show Details link. If your note contains location data, then we will display the city name. Clicking the city name takes you to a Google Map with the longitude and latitude in the search bar.

  • hector

    Service very good