Downloading the eduMessenger App ist completely free and you can connect to any moodle instance that is registered within eduMessenger. Please check out if your moodle is already registered with eduMessenger.
Nevertheless it is required, that the organization hosting your moodle instance purchases a contingent of users that they grant access to eduMessenger. The purchasing process is available within the management console of eduMessenger once the moodle plugin is installed.
You can choose between our “blanket license” that will depend on the total amount of users in your moodle, or our “per user license” that will only charge users who use eduMessenger actively.
Choosing the blanket license means that you pay a regular fee that depends on the total amount of users in your moodle instance. This license is best for you if you have a consistent budget and don’t want to check regularly if you have to purchase another package.
If you choose a blanket license we charge you a fee of 0,50 EUR per user per year.
Per user license
Choosing the per user license you don’t pay for the total amount of users in your moodle instance. You just pay for those, that really use eduMessenger.
Our per user license works as follows: You purchase a package containing an amount of people that are allowed to use eduMessenger for 1 year once they connect their moodle account to eduMessenger. After 1 year this person will reduce your contingent again by 1 if he still uses eduMessenger actively.
e.g. a School with 500 Users purchases the “Bulk“-Package, but in the first year only 50 persons use eduMessenger. This school still has a contingent of 450 in the second year. Now eduMessenger becomes more popular at your school and 150 users use it – you still start with a contingent of 300 in the third year! Now eduMessenger is commonly known and 300 users use it. You will happily purchase another “Bulk“-Package before the fourth year!
If you are from a school (primary, lower / upper secondary) you can apply for a special discount, our usual packages are as follows: