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Pricing and plans

What level of malware protection does the Coro Trial subscription offer?

The Coro Trial subscription lets you experience Coro’s powerful remediation and 1-click resolve for 30 days and have access to the following modules:

  • Cloud Security

  • Endpoint Security

  • Email Security

  • Endpoint Detection and Response (EDR)

For further information, see Subscriptions.

Where can I view all Coro plans and pricing information?

Visit Pricing for information on all Coro plans and pricing.

What is the Coro Trial subscription?

The Coro Trial subscription is the easiest way to try Coro. You can experience Coro’s powerful remediation and 1-click resolve for 30 days and have access to the following modules:

  • Cloud Security

  • Endpoint Security

  • Email Security

  • Endpoint Detection and Response (EDR)

For further information, see Subscriptions.

What is the Coro Annual plan?

The Annual plan is targeted at businesses looking to save and pay annually - the plan offers 20% saving over the Flexible monthly plan.

What is the Coro SASE suite?

The SASE (secure access service edge) suite helps you strengthen your IT security posture. With the Coro SASE suite, you have access to on-prem cybersecurity, as well as cloud firewall protection and zero trust VPN. This plan is a great fit for companies with remote, distributed workforces.

The Coro SASE suite includes the following modules and add-ons:

  • Network

  • Secure Web Gateway

  • Cloud App Security

For further information, see Secure Access Service Edge (SASE).

If a user has multiple devices, how am I charged?

Coro is priced per user, so you can install it on as many devices as the user owns without incurring additional costs. Up to ten devices per user are supported by Coro's built-in support.

Am I charged for any unused email accounts?

Coro protects and charges accounts only if you choose to add Coro to them. It is strongly recommended that all accounts should be added to Coro’s protection as you can shield your organization from external and internal threats.

What happens to tickets in the Actionboard when my Coro trial expires?

When the trial period for your workspace expires, the workspace becomes Inactive. Tickets remain unchanged, however, only a few ticket actions are available, such as Close ticket, which allows the admin user to clean up the workspace.

What happens if I am on contract, and I need to change the number of users?

Not all accounts are eligible for installments. For more information, contact our sales team.

Does Coro offer a payment plan?

Not all accounts are eligible for payment plans. For more information, contact our sales team.

Can Coro be paid for via an invoice?

Yes you can pay via invoice.

Do I need to commit to a number of users?

No, you can add users at any time.

Can I add and remove users?

Yes. New users will be added to your invoice. When you remove users, you can get a credit which is reflected on your next invoice.

Can a prospect initiate a trial if they use M365 while hosting their Active Directory (AD) in-house on a local virtual machine? For the purposes of the Coro trial, would this setup be classified as on-premises?

Coro integrates directly with M365. They can connect a trial, even with an AD.