Questions About Old vs New Logos Cloud Plans

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Nathan Parker | Forum Activity | Posted: Mon, May 8 2017 5:47 PM

I received an email about the new Logos Cloud plans. It did mention if I am satisfied with my current Logos Cloud plan, I can remain on it instead of switching to the new Logos Cloud plans. 

I'm debating whether to remain on my current Logos Cloud plan or cancel it outright and instead purchase the books I need directly and own them. Here are my questions.

1. I'm attaching a series of screenshots of my library showing all of my temporary resources sorted by series. I realize some of these are from my Logos Now membership (and I do wish to remain on Logos Now). The series I have access to in Logos Cloud I am most interested in are the following:


High Def Commentaries

Lexham Bible Guides

HD OT/NT and Discourse OT/NT

Spurgeon Commentaries

Reformed Dogmatics

Works of Wesley

Pastorum Series

Barnes Notes

To continue accessing them, is is more cost-effective to pay $20/month to the old Cloud Plus, or would it be better to purchase all of these outright (maybe on a payment plan)? I don't believe these are in the new Cloud plans.

2. Since I'm on the old Cloud Plus, as new volumes of EEC, Lexham Bible Guides, HD Commentaries, etc., are released, will I be granted automatic access to those new volumes in those series, or am I "locked in" to what's currently available in those series in the old Cloud Plus? That'll help me evaluate if the current Cloud Plus is still worth the investment.

3. I'm currently on the old Cloud Plus monthly and may want to transition back to the old Cloud Plus annual to save a little money. Am I still able to do that since I had Cloud Plus annual in the past?



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Sean Emslie | Forum Activity | Replied: Sun, Jun 11 2017 4:58 PM

I was not informed of the change.  I had a Logos Cloud Professional plan that expired on May 25.  

I had about 4000 added books in my old pro plan.

When I went to renew I found out that the new Pro plan had about 900 added books.

i can understand quality over quantity but this seems to be a huge change.  Even the new ultimate plan only contains about 2500 added books.

Would have been nice to know these changes were coming!

MA in Christian Studies - Emphasis in Pastoral Ministry, Grand Canyon University

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Nathan Parker | Forum Activity | Replied: Sun, Jun 11 2017 6:21 PM

I've been told by sales the new plans mirror the L7 base packages, so basically you're renting a L7 base package now. I'm still on old Plus for now, but I'm wanting to slowly pivot off of it once I buy the books I'm renting in it.

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