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Posted by
Henagon

Can we please get a personal license option?

I don't care that teamviewer is free, I'm tired of being timed out and getting pop ups after a session has concluded. By all means... continue offering a free version. However, I want to support team viewer *and* skip some annoyances.

So... personal license option when?

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Posted by
Digon

Re: Can we please get a personal license option?

God I so want this!

I'm happy to pay for the software, I get good use out of it but just can't justify the price of the corporate licenses, especially when the cheapest is [The price was removed by a moderator in accordance with our community guideline]/month, so ridiculous.

Recently 2 devices have been coming up with suspected corporate use which is impossible as I don't connect to any devices that are on a domain but now I can't use the software and can't view my friends computers.

I wish I could buy a personal license!

Going to have to look at alternative software, which is really unfortunate and annoying :(

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Posted by
Henagon

Re: Can we please get a personal license option?

I ended up going with splashtop. Seriously TeamViewer, you're missing out on a chance to make $ by removing minor annoyances for regular users of the freeware version of your software. Why is this still not a thing?

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Posted by
Henagon

Re: Can we please get a personal license option?

Completely agree with this topic - just went looking to buy a personal license now and was shocked at the cheapest option being [The price was removed by a moderator in accordance with our community guidelineper month for a business user.

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Posted by
Henagon

Re: Can we please get a personal license option?

Seriously though, doesn't anyone from the TeamViewer company care about this?

I'd be willing to pay ~100-200$ for a lifetime personal license, just to remove the pop-up screens, or somewhere around 5-10$ monthly... 

Since there are many free users who would be most certainly willing to pay these amounts as well (and not expect much in return), I'm surprised TV doesn't seem to care about this potential revenue stream. Are they afraid people would abuse paid personal license for commercial purposes? They are able to tackle this problem with current free accounts, thus I can't think of any reason to keep ignoring this :/