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May 22, 2012, 21:04

eh... it's not the cost it's the fact that it costs. If that makes sense.

People will pay 'whatever' for a service they want, unless there is a free version, people will utilize under developed stuff if it's free, over paying for something.

If you are going to charge, you need to be able to compete. Not to be a douche but if you feel upset by this kind of anonymous heat on your product, you won't go very far.

If you can incorporate more browsers and their old editions, you will have a great product, until then I must stick with crossbrowsertesting.com as I cannot tell my company to purchase an IE only solution

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