Dreamstime Offers Enhanced Value for Subscribers by Removing Daily Image Download Limits and Allowing Transfer of Unused Downloads
Active Users Can Now “Roll Over” Previous Daily Quota Limit to a Monthly Quota Based on their Subscription Level to Better Accommodate Users’ Busy Schedules
NASHVILLE, TN (— Dreamstime, the world’s largest community in stock photography, today announced the company is altering its subscription plans to feature a monthly instead of daily quota of downloadable images, and is allowing the carrying over of unused downloads. Users will now effectively never “lose” image downloads as unused downloads will roll over into the monthly quota amount, making Dreamstime the most convenient and flexible solution in the industry today.
Previously, users that chose subscriptions of 30 days, three months, six months, or 12 months were limited to 25 or 50 downloads a day, up until they reached their subscription maximum. With this change, users that need a large volume of images quickly can flexibly choose their own number of daily downloads to best suit their individual needs.
“We’re consistently looking at new ways to add value to our industry-leading image subscription service,” said Serban Enache, CEO and co-founder, Dreamstime. “By adjusting our service to be based on a monthly instead of a daily quota, we allow users to pull images at their own pace. If they require a considerable number of images they can download as many as they need in a day, they no longer need to stretch them out over a longer period of time. We continue to offer a variety of subscription and credit plans that fit the needs and budget of individual users all the way up to bigger firms.”
For detailed information about the flexible Dreamstime credit and subscription packages, visit http://www.dreamstime.com/credits.