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Membership - different prices?

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Hi

I just noticed that a player from South America wrote that a membership price was 2 euro pr. Months.

In Denmark it’s 6 euros pr. Month if you pay monthly. 25 tokens is 6 euros.

Whats the price in your country?

Br Jan - Denmark
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3.45 € in France

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3,99 romania

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6.99 USD here in Australia, one of the most expensive around

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[Canada]
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6.99 USD in canada too (8.71$ CAD)

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3.99 USD in Malaysia. If convert to our currency, it should be less than RM20, very cheap.

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chucky06 wrote:
6.99 USD here in Australia, one of the most expensive around


Depends on how you look at it...What is the avg. monthly salary in Australia? Near 2550 euros?(I googled, so found several different numbers, I picked the lowest)

Please post it like this:

Country: Estonia
Membership price: 4,99€
Avrage monthly salary in Estonia: 1538 €(btw. you can check this from here: https://www.stat.ee/en)
For avg. salary I can buy CM: 1538/4,99=308,21 times

6,99 USD to euro: 6,05
For avg. salary in australia you can buy CM: 2550/6,05=421,48 times.

What is the avg. salary in Denmark? around 5000 euros? how many times you can buy CM for that salary? :D
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I wonder how much it could be for Tunisia.
The lowest salary is around 158 USD

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I brought this up years ago hoping crew would do something about the massive difference in price for a digital transaction but nothing has been done . It’s unfair and gives users from particular countries an unfair advantage. A country like Switzerland with a higher standard of living than Australia pays less for tokens so I’m not sure what formula MZ is using
Hoffa

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evosa wrote:
Depends on how you look at it...What is the avg. monthly salary in Australia? Near 2550 euros?(I googled, so found several different numbers, I picked the lowest)


Don't forget that average doesn't mean most people earns around that number, average salary depends on how much of a gap is between rich and poor people and how many of the rich people are living in the Country, because their earnings are part of that average. If more rich people lives in Australia than in Estonia, then the average in Australia will be higher without that necessarily meaning that's what the average Joe earns.

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Here in Argentina the average salary is 270E
and 25tokens cost 2E

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Ecuador lowest full time salary 400 usd
25 tokes for 1 month emebership 3.99 usd

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darkline wrote:
Don't forget that average doesn't mean most people earns around that number, average salary depends on how much of a gap is between rich and poor people and how many of the rich people are living in the Country, because their earnings are part of that average. If more rich people lives in Australia than in Estonia, then the average in Australia will be higher without that necessarily meaning that's what the average Joe earns.


Exactly.

Also, I remember years back, a lot of the people playing in Australia were young students. Therefore they were possibly earning next to zero. You can't take a blanket average earning to this equation. It's not fair or equitable.

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frankiejhoffa wrote:
A country like Switzerland with a higher standard of living than Australia pays less for tokens so I’m not sure what formula MZ is using
Hoffa


An inequitable one. A stab in the dark.

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odin1 wrote:
Ecuador lowest full time salary 400 usd
25 tokes for 1 month emebership 3.99 usd


India probably beats you guys by far... they have the same prices as Ecuador but their salaries are worse, actually... I think in Venezuela is even worse, the average salary is $53 USD and tokens are $3.99 (unless they changed it recently)

In any case, if you were to buy a game like FIFA 22, it would cost the same in USA and in Argentina so....

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If it was up to me, I'd set it up to go from a low range of $3.00 USD to a high range of $5.00 USD for 25 tokens.

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pibasog wrote:
Here in Argentina the average salary is 270E
and 25tokens cost 2E


Correct me if I'm wrong, but I think tokens cost around $1 and then the Argentinian goverments charges taxes over taxes, like a tax for using a credit card, another for buying in foreign currency, VAT and whatever else they can add up and ends up being about $2?
 
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