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APC 123 operates on a recurring based subscription model, providing flexible monthly and yearly plans, each accompanied by its own specific quota allowance.

Free Trial

Unlock the full potential of APC 123 with our exclusive 7-day free trial offered across all subscription plans. Delve into the app's features, explore its functionalities, and assess its seamless integration with your Shopify store at no cost. This trial period empowers you to thoroughly evaluate how APC 123 aligns with your business needs and operational workflow, ensuring confident decision-making before any financial commitment.

For more information check out our Subscription Demo Video in the Guides / Tutorials section.

Quota Allowance

The quota allowance defines the maximum number of shipments your shop can create within a specified period, whether it's a monthly or yearly duration. The quota allocation varies based on your chosen subscription plan. To explore detailed information about the various quota allowances available for each plan, take a look at our Pricing Plans section.

Quota Alerts

The app's subscription page includes a convenient quota alerts feature, enabling you to set up notifications based on your available quota allowance. You can choose to receive alerts either when you reach a specified percentage of your quota or when you hit a specific quantity. Once activated, the app will automatically send you an email notification when you reach this predefined limit.

App Biling Cycle

Recurring app charges are billed with the next Shopify 30-day invoice. In the example below, the bill on May 5 includes the app subscription that overlaps from April 20-May 20. The bill on June 4th similarly includes the app subscription from May 20-June 19 (since May has 31 days).

Shopify Recurring Priceing Plan Billing Cycle
If you pause your store using the pause and build plan, you should consider uninstalling any third-party apps that have recurring charges so that you're not billed for those apps after you pause your store.

Uninstalling Apps With Recurring Charges

Make sure that you consider app billing cycles when you plan to uninstall an app. Recurring app charges are generated the first time an app charge is approved, and then on the first day of an app's billing cycle. Because of this, a charge will appear on your bill even if you uninstall an app only a day or two after you install it.

Upgrades / Downgrades

If you decide to upgrade or downgrade your subscription, then the app will prompt you to agree to a new recurring app charge. This is because Shopify allows each app only one recurring app charge to be enabled at a time. The existing recurring application charge will be canceled and replaced by the new charge. This charge will be applied immediately.


When you upgrade your plan by moving from a less expensive charge to a more expensive charge, the charge is prorated based on the difference in price and the number of days remaining in the billing cycle. For example, if you begin a 30-day billing cycle on a £10.00 plan, and upgrade to a £15.00 plan on day 15 of the billing cycle, then you're charged £10.00 + (£15.00 - £10.00) * (15/30) = £12.50.


When you downgrade your plan by moving from a more expensive charge to a less expensive charge, you're automatically offered an application credit based on the difference in price and the number of days remaining in the billing cycle. This application credit can be used towards any future application purchase on Shopify.

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