You may have an unlimited number of websites connected to Drop Guard and the platform will monitor all of them for updates - but update tasks will be created only for those with active subscriptions.
The pricing table for a single website can be found here. It reflects a monthly payment for a single website, actively managed by Drop Guard. The subscription plan for each website is calculated automatically based on the number of enabled modules - only the core and contributed modules are counted that were downloaded from Drupal.org, so we exclude all custom modules and modules that are checked out directly from your Git repository.
The total monthly payment for the account is calculated by summing up the monthly payments for all active websites and included in a single invoice. You can view and download this invoice via your Account details page (“Invoices” tab).
Example 1: you let Drop Guard take care of two websites (less than 30 modules each). The total monthly payment is €9 + €9 = €18.
Example 2: one of the websites has 80 enabled modules, another website has only 20. The total monthly payment is €59 + €9 = €68.
The billing period for a website starts from the day a subscription was activated. The monthly invoice is generated every month on the 1st day of the following month.
So, for example, if a project is activated on 31 April, it will be included in the invoice on May 1st, and you will pay only for a single day of usage. In a similar fashion, if the subscription for a project was canceled on May 1st, it will be included in the invoice on 1 June, and you will pay for one day of usage again.
When starting with Drop Guard you will only be asked to enter your payment details once in form of a pop up at your project’s overview page - when adding a subscription for your first website. Afterward, individual website subscriptions can be added or canceled at any time on the Subscriptions page on the left in the menu.
The payment details are sent to the payment provider Braintree (a subsidiary of PayPal) via an encrypted connection and stored there for the recurring monthly payments. We do NOT store or know your card details. You can remove your data from the payment gateway at any time by going to the “Payment details” page of your Drop Guard account profile.
The app.drop-guard.net website is compliant with the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standards (PCI DSS), endorsed by Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Discover, and JCB card brands.
You can use a credit card or PayPal as your payment method. You can have only one payment method at a time. In case you have an active payment method already and adding a new one - all the information about the other method will be removed from the system and from the payment gateway.
All new Drop Guard accounts can evaluate the system for 14 days for free. This period can be extended on individual request.
You can also benefit from Drop Guard’s free monitoring of your live site, even if you didn’t add any payment data.
For users with a greater amount of websites, we offer the Agency package. Contact us for the details.
All registered nonprofit organizations are entitled to use free Drop Guard accounts. In exchange, our marketing team may ask you to participate in marketing activities (guest blog posts, placing backlinks or badges on a connected website etc.).