Credit-based Pricing

Pay only for the resources you use above the free tier

Lowest price in the market! As low as $0.57 per HTTP monitor and $0.15 per domain expiration monitor every month.

1. How do credits work?

Every user gets a certain number of credits per month. You can use these credits to add monitors, perform checks, create status pages, send emails, SMS, etc.

2. What happens when my credits are exhausted?

Pinger Man sends you an email when your credits are running low. Make sure to buy more credits before they are empty. All monitors are automatically paused when your credits are exhausted. You will receive another email notification when this happens.

3. How many Credits do I receive?

All subscription plans (including Free) add monthly credits to your balance.

PlanPriceCredits
Free$050,000 per month
Basic$4.95250,000 per month
Pro$29.952,250,000 per month
Business$49.954,000,000 per month

4. How do I buy credits?

Click on the Credits in the top right of the application's dashboard. You will see how many credits are left, how long they will last, the latest transactions, and a full breakdown of the daily credit consumption.

Use the Purchase Credits button to see a list of the available Credit Packs. For each credit pack, you can see the amount of credit added to your account, how long they will last under the current usage and how much they cost. Use a credit pack that is most suitable for you.

Given below is the pricing for purchasing additional Credits.

CreditsPrice
250,000$5
600,000$10
1,400,000$20
3,200,000$40
7,000,000$80
10,000,000$100
20,000,000$200
50,000,000$500
100,000,000$1,000

5. How are Credits consumed?

The following table shows the credit consumption rates.

ItemCredits Consumed
Standard Monitors (Storage)20 per hour
Standard Monitors (Checks)1 per check
Low Frequency Monitors (Storage)20 per hour
Low Frequency Monitors (Checks)50 per check
Additional Redirect Requests1 per request
Body Bytes Processed1 per 10 KB
Status Pages (Storage)40 per day
Maintenance Windows (Storage)40 per day
Contacts (Storage)40 per day
Email Alerts40 per email sent
SMS Alerts4,000 per SMS sent
API10 per API request

6. Do credits expire?

Credits do not expire. You can use them at a later date.

7. What is the maximum credit I can accumulate?

There is no limit to how much credit you can add.

8. Pricing Example: 10 HTTP monitors for websites (1 min checks)

Sam is a freelance web developer. He has built 10 websites to showcase his portfolio. Sam wants his websites to be always up so that his clients can see his work. He creates 10 HTTP monitors to be checked once every minute.

Here is a breakdown of the credits consumed to monitor his websites with the assumption that Sam's website goes down once every day.

ItemQuantityRateCredits Consumed
Standard Monitors (Storage)240 hours20 per hour4,800 per day
Standard Monitors (Checks)14,400 checks1 per check14,400 per day
Contacts (Storage)1 contact40 per day40 per day
Email Alerts20 emails per day40 per email sent800 per day
Credits Spent (Daily)20,040 per day
Credits Spent (Monthly)601,200 per month

Sam spends 601,200 credits monthly. An yearly Business subscription of $449.95 would give him 48,000,000 credits which would last 6 years. Thus, the cost of monitoring 10 HTTP monitors is about $5.70 per month.

The cost of a HTTP monitor checked every 1 min is roughly $0.57 per month.

9. Pricing Example: 50 HTTP monitors for websites (5 min checks)

Rick is also a freelance web developer. He has built 50 websites to showcase his portfolio. Rick is more cost conscious and can make do with 5 minute checks. He creates 50 HTTP monitors.

Here is a breakdown of the credits consumed to monitor his websites with the assumption that Rick's website goes down once every day.

ItemQuantityRateCredits Consumed
Standard Monitors (Storage)1200 hours20 per hour24,000 per day
Standard Monitors (Checks)14,400 checks1 per check14,400 per day
Contacts (Storage)1 contact40 per day40 per day
Email Alerts100 emails per day40 per email sent4,000 per day
Credits Spent (Daily)42,440 per day
Credits Spent (Monthly)1,273,200 per month

Rick spends 1,273,200 credits monthly. An yearly Business subscription of $449.95 would give him 48,000,000 credits which would last 3 years. Thus, the cost of monitoring 50 HTTP monitors is about $12.16 per month.

The cost of a HTTP monitor checked every 5 min is roughly $0.24 per month.

10. Pricing Example: 12 domain expiration monitors

Sally, a managed service provider, manages renewals for 12 domains of a client. She creates 12 WHOIS monitors and sets a reminder for 30 days before expiry.

Here is a breakdown of the credits consumed to monitor these domains with the assumption that Sally renews the domains every year.

ItemQuantityRateCredits Consumed
Low Frequency Monitors (Storage)288 hours20 per hour5,760 per day
Low Frequency Monitors (Checks)12 checks50 per check600 per day
Contacts (Storage)1 contact40 per day40 per day
Email Alerts (Yearly)24 emails sent40 per email sent960 per year
Credits Spent (Daily)6,403 per day
Credits Spent (Monthly)192,079 per month

Sally spends 192,079 credits monthly. An yearly Business subscription of $449.95 would give her 48,000,000 credits which would last 20 years. Thus, the cost of monitoring 12 Domain expiration monitors is about $1.80 per month.

The cost of a domain expiration monitor is roughly $0.15 per month.

11. Pricing Example: 275 URL monitors (checked every 8 hours)

David wants to monitor the affiliate links for his platform. He wants to track 275 URLs and make sure they land on the correct page. Because URLs don't change too frequently, David can reduce the cost by checking the URLs once every 8 hours. He creates 275 HTTP monitors.

The landing page verification is done via redirects through several websites. On an average, each link is redirected 4 times which require 4 HTTP requests. 1 HTTP request is free for each check. Each additional request consumes 1 credit.

David enables body processing to follow redirects written in JavaScript. On an average, each check consumes 500 KB.

Here is a breakdown of the credits consumed to monitor his websites with the assumption that the URLs break once per month.

ItemQuantityRateCredits Consumed
Standard Monitors (Storage)6600 hours20 per hour132,000 per day
Standard Monitors (Checks)825 checks1 per check825 per day
Additional Redirect Requests2,475 requests1 per request2,475 per day
Body Bytes Processed402.83 MB1 per 10 KB41,250 per day
Contacts (Storage)1 contact40 per day40 per day
Email Alerts9 emails per day40 per email sent366 per day
Credits Spent (Daily)176,956 per day
Credits Spent (Monthly)5,308,680 per month

David spends 5,308,680 credits monthly. An yearly Business subscription of $449.95 would give him 48,000,000 credits which would last 8 months. Thus, the cost of monitoring 275 HTTP monitors is about $49.99 per month.

The cost of a HTTP monitor checked every 480 min is roughly $0.18 per month.

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