FEED43 (Feed For Free)

Upgrade to paid service

Below is the comparison matrix for Feed43 paid plans. You can later switch between paid plans at any time.

Payments are processed securely via ShareIt! service (all major payment methods are accepted, including PayPal). As soon as ShareIt! verifies the payment, we will send you the activation code by email (this is not immediate and typically takes 1 business day).

  Free Paid 20 Paid 50 Paid 100
Price1

Click on the link
to purchase/renew a selected plan
$0 $29 / year
or
$17 / 6 months
$49 / year
or
$27 / 6 months
or
$15 / 3 months
$89 / year
or
$47 / 6 months
or
$25 / 3 months
Number of paid feeds2 0 20 50 100
Number of free feeds Unlimited Unlimited Unlimited Unlimited
'Delivered by Feed43 service'
tagline in each news item
Yes No No No
Feed update interval 6 hours 1 hour 1 hour 1 hour
Max. source page size 100KB 250KB 250KB 250KB
Max. number of
news items per feed
20 100 100 100
Max. search pattern complexity
(number of {*} and {%} macros)
20 30 30 30

VPS plans

We also have a set of VPS plans for users with higher demands. When you upgrade to one of these plans, we will transfer your account and feeds to a separate Feed43 server with a limited number of users for better performance.

We can also adjust VPS plan settings to your needs (for example, provide faster updates and proportionally less number of paid feeds at the same price).

If you want to upgrade to one of our VPS plans, please contact us, and we will provide you a purchase link and set up your VPS account.

  Observer Newshound Mission Control Center
Price1 $29 / month $65 / month $99 / month
Number of paid feeds2 500 1000 2000
Number of free feeds Unlimited Unlimited Unlimited
'Delivered by Feed43 service'
tagline in each news item
No No No
Feed update interval 30 min 20 min 15 min
Max. source page size 750KB 750KB 750KB
Max. number of
news items per feed
100 100 100
Max. search pattern complexity
(number of {*} and {%} macros)
30 30 30

1 All prices are given in US dollars.

2 This is a maximum number of paid feeds. If you have more feeds, the rest will use the “Free” plan settings. On “My Feeds” page you will be able to explicitly choose which feeds will be ‘paid’ and which will be ‘free’.