First off I would like to comment on the demise of the licensed version of 1P and the local vault. My wife and I have been users and supporters of 1P for a very long time. I use it on iOS, macOS and Windows. I'm not happy about being forced to purchase a subscription/membership to continue to use 1P. We are seniors and are on very limited and fixed incomes. To many the cost may seem quite reasonable, but to us it is an expense that we will now have to deal with. I have seen comments elsewhere in this forum suggesting a "couples" or 2 person subscription option. I think that is a great idea and would like to ask that this be considered. Also, what is the possibility of a less expensive "basic" version of 1P versus a "pro" version? Our needs are: securely store passwords and then fill them in when logging on to various websites and apps. The many bells and whistles that you keep adding and we are paying the development costs for are of no use to us. Here is an example of what I am referring to. If I wanted to write a letter, I could easily accomplish that with WordPad which is bundled with Windows. If that is all I need, then it would be very unnecessary and costly for me to purchase Microsoft Word.
On to my question: I currently have an individual subscription. I want to add my wife. The 1Password.com website states the cost is: $4.99 per family of 5, USD per month when billed annually. When I log on to my 1P account and attempt to "upgrade to 1Password families" the price is listed as: $5.39 for a family of 5 billed annually. Why the discrepancy?
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