As of Friday evening, we decided to change our checkout process. Before, you could always sign up for our completely free plan to either try out ProjectLocker or to meet your needs if you were a solo developer or hobbyist. However, if you wanted to try our paid plans, we did require a credit card, although we would refund anyone who asked within 30 days if they weren’t happy with the service.
We decided that we wanted to take the burden off of you, our customers, and put the burden on us to prove that we’re worth it. So we removed the credit card requirement altogether. You can now sign up for any ProjectLocker plan, from Venture to IPO, for free, with no credit card, and use it for up to 30 days. If you decide to activate, you can add your card right in Portal. If not, we’ll downgrade your account to the free plan when you’re done or delete it: whichever you prefer.
If you’ve been thinking about trying ProjectLocker, now’s your chance; we’ve removed all the risk. If you try us and don’t like us, we just ask that you give us feedback to help us do better. If you try us and love us, enjoy your free 30 days, and then welcome aboard!
Existing users can get in on this too. If you have a free account and would like to try ProjectLocker’s paid features like webhooks, exception reporting, and remote deployment, just drop a mail to support -at- projectlocker.com and we’ll get you sorted. If you know ProjectLocker’s right for your team, you can of course upgrade at any time via the Upgrade link in Portal.
ProjectLocker provides fantastic ROI for thousands of companies that we’re privileged to serve. Now’s your chance to see for yourself, for free.