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This solution is cheaper compared to others.
There are no licensing fees for this solution, but the cost is on the higher side.
I like the fact that it offers enterprise features at a cheap price. If you compare it with Cisco, it has most of the features that Cisco has been offering but at a lesser price. I am satisfied with its price.
If you do not have a big budget, you can use Ubiquiti, it is cost-effective.
Ubiquiti Wireless is affordable.
The product is expensive.
The solution is much more affordable than other options, including Meraki and Fortinet. All services are including in the price. You don't have to pay for add-ons, for example. You buy it. It's easy to pay for it. After that, there's nothing else to worry about in terms of licensing. Only when it breaks do you have to worry. The warranty for Ubiquiti is only one year. You cannot renew or extend the warranty. If after one year it's broken, you need to buy another one.
I'm not sure about licensing but you don't have to pay for ongoing maintenance which is great.
Ubiquity is by no means the most expensive wireless solution out there. In South Africa, for some Cisco access points, it will cost you 10,000 Rand ($690 USD), whereas with Ubiquity that same access point will cost you less than 3,000 Rand ($210 USD). Cisco will also have monthly or yearly licensing fees on their products. This solution is definitely cheaper than Cisco and less expensive than HPE in a lot of instances. They are more expensive in most cases than what NETGEAR is, but not by far. Aruba is also more expensive than Ubiquity. There are no licensing fees that I know of. I have never had to pay a monthly fee or anything like that with a Ubiquity product.
The price is reasonable and there's only a one-time payment. We have had this for a long time and I haven't seen any additional fee after paying for the installation.
The product is a very good price with no setup or ongoing costs. If you compare it to Cisco Meraki, it's one-fifth of the price. But you have to remember that Cisco is an enterprise solution and it seems Ubiquiti Wireless is more for private or small business use but doesn't suit large enterprise needs. Some of my IT colleagues use it for small businesses, up to 20 people, because it's a cheap, affordable solution for smaller companies that don't have large budgets.
The price of this solution is ok.
Competitors are asking high prices for their services in my opinion and they do not compete well with Ubiquity. The current price range of Ubiquiti is a good but if it becomes more expensive, there will be more competitors to compare with. It is currently purchased by customers on a yearly base.
We don't pay any licensing costs. You can choose a subscription package it you prefer, or just pay once.
Please share with the community what you think needs improvement with Ubiquiti Wireless.
What are its weaknesses? What would you like to see changed in a future version?