Small, Medium or Large?

Our new pricing plans have gone live today so now all users of Xero have the choice between Small, Medium and Large.

The details are here in our announcement on the 28 September.

For existing customers we’ve moved you to the Medium plan and made allowances for any multiple organisation discounts or special pricing. This will ensure you pay the same as you pay now. As a valued, loyal customer you’ll receive multi-currency for free just as long as you stay on the Medium plan.

We expect that most small businesses will use Medium or Large if they need multi-currency. Medium is Xero as you know it today – unlimited transactions and unlimited users.

Small is reaching out to a new market for whom Xero has been price sensitive, such as freelancers and property investors. It’s important to us that everyone, regardless their size or the number of transactions they make each month, should benefit from the full functionality and simplicity of Xero (multi-currency being the exception). Small is still Xero’s full accounting system with unlimited users, full security and SSL, no advertising and includes daily automated bank feeds where available. Customers on Small will also benefit from the same monthly updates as customers on Medium and Large get.

If you’re not sure which price will be best for you, have a look at our website. If you’re still not sure, then start Small and change to Medium or Large when you find you need it.

The biggest change in this release is within My Xero, where the process of adding an organisation has been simplified and you can now to choose the plan you want, as well as change plan at any time. This video gives a short summary of the changes to My Xero.

Other updates in this release include the following: 

  • The bank reconciliation report now includes two additional pages showing your bank statement for the month and any deleted, duplicate or manually reconciled statement lines
  • When raising invoices or entering bank transactions and journals, if ‘No Tax’ is selected, then the tax fields will be disabled.

For more details you can read the full release notes here.


MYOB vs Xero review – 6 months post-implementation | Euroasia: Language, Culture and Travel
October 12, 2009 at 11:17 pm

[…] went live today with their new pricing plans. Euroasia is on the “medium” plan at NZ$49/month, which works well for us. And because […]

November 2, 2009 at 5:45 am

Any plans to integrate with Freshbooks?

November 3, 2009 at 11:58 pm

Any plans on getting more extensive with user access? My biggest request would be to limit a user to only work/reconcile credit cards, but not the corporate account – like disabling access to a bank account. Additionally, turning off access to reports would be nice.

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