What is the currency?

I'm gonna guess USD, but it would be nice if that was made clear somewhere at the business end...
This page, which I arrived at from the "Come back to 1P" email following my trial, almost looks like Au localisation (which would be nice!)


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  • ag_anaag_ana

    Team Member

    Hi @iUUi!

    Yes, if you are on 1Password.com, prices are in USD ;)

  • OK thanks, but damn, there I was momentarily thinking $36/annum... but it's really about $55 ($50 + GST)

    Seriously though, why not just say "USD, before tax" on the billing page? (It's a global offering you've got there, right?)
    And why wouldn't I just choose a country without a tax rate and so avoid the GST?

  • ag_anaag_ana

    Team Member

    @iUUi:

    Seriously though, why not just say "USD, before tax" on the billing page? (It's a global offering you've got there, right?)

    We can also charge in EUR on 1Password.eu for example, so I think this might be part of the reason.

    And why wouldn't I just choose a country without a tax rate and so avoid the GST?

    I am not an accountant, but my understanding is that GST must be applied at the destination, if you provide services to Australia, no matter where the company offering the service might be based.

  • dancodanco Senior Member Community Moderator

    The issue is that the Australian currency is also named the dollar, so a subscriber in Australia might well be unsure in what currency the price is given.

    If the billing says $ there should not be any difficulty in changing that to US$.

  • ag_anaag_ana

    Team Member

    Got it, thank you for the feedback @danco! :+1:

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