Vowel currently offers 3 different plans: Free, Pro and Business.

Vowel's Free, Pro, and Business plans include a single Vowel workspace. When you create a new workspace on Vowel you will automatically be enrolled into our 30-day free trial of the Business plan (you do not need to enter your credit card to start a trial). You will have access to all of the great features that the Business plan offers. If you choose to remain on a paid plan after your trial (either Pro or Business) you will be billed a per member price for everyone in the workspace. If you do not upgrade you will be put into the Free plan with some limitations.

Learn more about pricing in the chart below or on our Pricing page.

*Prices shown are annual plan costs — see the pricing page for monthly plan details.

To choose your plan

Go to Workspace settings in your Vowel workspace and then select Billing to choose your subscription plan.

Prices will reflect annual billing. To change to monthly billing toggle the button next to "bill annual and save up to 18%" off.

What happens to my meeting data after my free trial?

  • If you downgrade to the Pro tier, you’ll be able to search across and rewatch meetings from the past 60 days. However, if you ever upgrade to Business, all your previous recordings and transcripts will become available again.

  • If you downgrade to the Free tier, you’ll be able to search across and rewatch meetings from the past 14 days. For these accounts, we store recordings and transcripts for 2 years. This means that if you re-upgrade to Business within 2 years, you can access all your past recordings with Vowel. However, if you wait longer than 2 years to re-upgrade, some of those older meetings may be lost.

When do I have to pay?

If you choose the Pro or Business plan after your trial expires, you'll be billed as soon as the trial ends. If you choose to downgrade to a Free Plan after the free trial ends (or do nothing), you will not be charged.

Have more questions? See our Pricing FAQ.

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