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How to Use the Flex (Pay-As-You-Go) Plan
How to Use the Flex (Pay-As-You-Go) Plan

This article explain how to use and purchase credit for the Flex pay as you go plan.

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Flex Plan

The Flex Plan is a payment option offered by Bramework that allows you to pay for only what you need, without committing to a subscription. This plan is perfect for those who have varying writing needs and do not want to be tied down to a monthly or yearly subscription.

What is Pay As You Go?

Pay As You Go is a flexible credit system that allows you to purchase credits and use them towards your writing needs. With this system, you only pay for what you need, making it a cost-effective option for both bloggers and businesses.

Why Choose the Flex Plan?

The Flex Plan is a versatile option that caters to a wide range of users. Whether you are a blogger looking to improve your writing or a business in need of high-quality content, this plan has got you covered.

How Does it Work?

With the Flex Plan, you have the option to choose from 4, 8, or 16 credits for First Draft PRO. These credits can then be used towards purchasing AI Words and Plagiarism Checks.

AI Words

AI Words are available for purchase in 2,000-word increments, with a maximum limit of 100,000 words. This means that you can buy as many or as few words as you need, without any wastage.

Plagiarism Checks

In addition to AI Words, you can also use your credits towards Plagiarism Checks. These checks are available in 2,000-word steps, allowing you to ensure the originality of your content without having to pay for a full subscription.

How to Get Started

Getting started with the Flex Plan is easy. Simply sign up for a First Draft PRO account and choose the Flex Plan as your payment option. From there, you can purchase credits and start using them towards your writing needs.

So why wait? Sign up for the Flex Plan today and enjoy the flexibility and cost-effectiveness it offers!

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