As you navigate our Getting Started guide, you'll notice that there are some basic actions you can take during the free trial, while our more advanced features require you to subscribe to a paid plan.
This article provides an overview of what you can do in Vito and how much it costs.
What can you do for free?
A credit card is not required to join Vito as an organizer, and we allow you to perform the following actions while in free trial mode:
Create unlimited hubs
Add basic branding (e.g. logo and banner)
Post to the discussion feed
Set up events and session itineraries
Create and edit custom pages and content
For now, there's no time limit for how long you can use these features in Vito, so feel free to set up hubs and have a play around. When you want to start using Vito for your event or community, you can upgrade to a paid plan.
What do you need to pay for?
The following features require you sign up to a paid subscription (see below):
Set up public registration
On top of a subscription to access these features, if you sell hub access via Vito's Stripe integration, these transactions will be charged at 3% in addition to the Stripe fee (which ranges from 1.4% to 2.9% plus ~$0.29). This is the same as how registration works on Tito, our ticketing software.
How much does a Vito subscription cost?
While Vito is pre-launch, we have three subscription plans, charged in your local currency (EUR, GBP and USD currently supported) and with the option of a monthly or discounted yearly payment:
Each plan includes unlimited hubs and access to all features, plus:
Personal (€10/£9/$12 monthly / €100/£90/$120 yearly)
12 hours of video
5GB of file storage
Business (€100/£100/$100 monthly / €1,000/£1,000/$1,000 yearly)
120 hours of video
50GB of file storage
Business Plus (€250/£210/$280 monthly / €2,500/£2,100/$2,800 yearly)
360 hours of video
150GB of file storage