An add-on is an additional flat fee that can be included with a price plan. Add-ons for a price plan can be selected when subscribing a customer to that plan, and only the ones included in the subscription end up on the customer’s invoice. For example, add-ons can be used to let customers pay for prioritized phone support as part of their subscription.
|Feature||The given feature you want to tack onto the price plan||[Feature]||Required|
|Price||The cost of this add-on||Float||Required|
|Quantity Enabled||Allow your customers to attach multiples of this add-on||Boolean||Optional|
|Limit||If “Quantity Enabled” is true, this is the maximum number of add-ons the customer can use||Integer||Optional|
|Immediately Charge||If the “immediately charge” option is set for an add on, an invoice will be immediately created for the add on when it is attached to the subscription - the customer will get an invoice at the add-on's start time, or immediately if the start time is in the past||Boolean||Optional|
Add-ons are charged at the end of the billing cycle (or at the beginning with upfront billing) and are included in all invoices as separate line items. Add-ons can be charged at a frequency of once per billing cycle, or once per subscription (see the screenshot below).
An example of a single use add-on might be an optional initiation fee or a set-up cost.
Updated about 2 months ago