Due to the nature of our software implementation, we can’t hand out unlimited licenses—as that’ll cost us money via third-party services, like the dictionaries.
Say that you manage 2000 blogs, each of which uses our dictionary-services only once a day: that’ll cost us about $25 per day, or $9125 per year. It’d be absurd and unreasonable for us to account and quantify charges for that; moreover, we’d like to keep things simple.
Nevertheless, we do have more generous pricing options available via our bulk-licensing subscriptions. We’ve hidden them as they’re not interesting for the majority of our users, and that’ll cause unnecessary friction in our shop.
These licenses go for about $12.50 per site, as opposed to about $25. They’re available at our Global Store, and you can find them here.