CrossBrowserTesting Pricing and License Cost

Michael Hutchison
User at a healthcare company with 1,001-5,000 employees
We originally had a huge license where every member of our team had a sign-in for the tool, but found that was overkill. We don't use anywhere near the number of minutes we were paying for, so we scaled it back to one ID for the person who does the testing. I'd say start small and expand if you find you need it; it will certainly vary depending on your needs. One problem we've had is the annual license. We have to have our team's assistant do the license on the company card, and then the company emails me addressing me by her name. Sometimes it's difficult to straighten it out. Since CBT deals with companies as its primary user base, I should think it would be easier to handle the annual renewal. View full review »
reviewer1072422
User
The cost of this solution depends on size and demand. View full review »
Dylan Goldade
QA Analyst / Software QC at Quartzy, Inc
The lowest price point is very reasonable. It is also useful if only one person in the company needs to check on the browser display. View full review »
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reviewer874593
User
It is worth the pricing as the product is supported on multiple platforms and browsers. View full review »
reviewer1007001
User
Buying a license is cheaper than procurement of in house devices and there is no maintenance cost either. View full review »
hima
User at a logistics company with 1,001-5,000 employees
It isn't very pricey and it always has a great support system available. View full review »
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