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Migrating from FREE to PAID module. (PrestaShop Addons)


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Hello,

I've got my module published on PrestaShop Addons and it's FREE to install.

Now I'd like to change the module so it'll be PAID one, here comes my question - what about customers who already installed my free version of module - let's say (v.1.0). When I'll publish new version (v.1.1) of the same module, customers who will want to update the module will be asked to pay for it? And what about users of v.1.0? 

 

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@joseantgv I know I can't... but I have been paying for some time and my FREE module was taken from the AddonsShop when I stopped. So now I'm curious what will happen if I publish it again, but as a paid one.

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I've got an answer from Prestashop support:

"Customer who alredady downloaded your module should be able to get updatemin for free. In all the other cases, merchants will have to pay."

 

But still they say "they SHOULD be able"...

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Nope, just lost PrestaShop partnership status and don't want to prolong it again for now (ie. pay Presta again)

If I'd like to 'bait' someone, I wouldn't care what will happen with customers who are already using it...

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No, I don't want. That's why this topic was created. 

Referring to PrestaShop Support answer, customers who already have module installed won't be charged for the future updates.

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hace 20 horas, maciey_b dijo:

No, I don't want. That's why this topic was created. 

Referring to PrestaShop Support answer, customers who already have module installed won't be charged for the future updates.

In this case you only can upload new version as a "minupdate" and pray.

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