Difference between revisions of "User Manager/Prepaid and unlimited users"

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There are two types of [[User Manager subscribers, customers and users #Users | users]] - prepaid and unlimited.
 
There are two types of [[User Manager subscribers, customers and users #Users | users]] - prepaid and unlimited.
Unlimited users don't have any [[User manager credits | credits]].
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== Prepaid users ==
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Prepaid users have at least one [[User Manager credits | credits]] assigned. They can also have [[User Manager limiting #Time | uptime-limit]].
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== Unlimited users ==
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Unlimited users don't have any [[User Manager credits | credits]] assigned. Word ''unlimited'' comes from the fact that they have ''unlimited'' credit. However [[User Manager limiting #Time | uptime-limit]] can be assigned to unlimited users. It means, unlimited users can have limited amount of uptime but they can use this uptime in an unlimited period of time.

Revision as of 10:14, 5 October 2006

There are two types of users - prepaid and unlimited.

Prepaid users

Prepaid users have at least one credits assigned. They can also have uptime-limit.

Unlimited users

Unlimited users don't have any credits assigned. Word unlimited comes from the fact that they have unlimited credit. However uptime-limit can be assigned to unlimited users. It means, unlimited users can have limited amount of uptime but they can use this uptime in an unlimited period of time.