Can I try before I buy?
Which plan is right for me?
Home Edition is intended for personal use. It includes enough Cloud Credits, storage, computation kernels, and free viewers to explore and share your ideas. Home Edition is not for commercial or academic use.
Standard Edition is the ideal solution for professional use. You get support for up to an eight-core machine, along with a significant amount of Wolfram Cloud Credits, storage, free viewers, and other resources. Standard also includes phone access to Wolfram Technical Support.
Starter Edition provides special pricing for first-time customers or home users making the switch to professional use. Desktop access and service are provided for one year, after which you will need to migrate to Standard or Enterprise Edition to continue maintaining the license and receiving full benefits. After the first year, the desktop license is yours to keep, but upgrades and technical support end.
Enterprise Edition provides the resources needed for infrastructure-level development and deployment. In addition to a high amount of computation kernels, Cloud Credits, storage, free viewers, and Wolfram|Alpha API calls, you also get the ability to deploy CDFs, which can be downloaded by collaborators for local access or embedded into other areas of your technology stack. Enterprise-level technical support via email and phone is also included, with response times within one business day.
How long do my Premier Service Plus benefits last?
Premier Service Plus benefits remain active for one year. To keep access to your benefits, service must be renewed each year.
What payment methods do you accept?
We accept Visa and MasterCard. In some countries, we also accept Discover and American Express.
What are free viewers?
Adding someone to one of your files as a free viewer allows you to share that file without using Cloud Credits. Viewers do not need a Wolfram Cloud product subscription.
Your plan includes a set number of free viewers. This number is tied to your account, not individual files. For example, Home includes five free viewers, but you can add each of those viewers to an unlimited number of files.
You can also share your files with as many Wolfram Cloud product subscribers as you like.
When you give people viewer access to a file, they can view and interact with it, but they won't have the ability to edit it.