This is an open ended question:
Why does Visible promote party pay with $25/month and $40/month (without party pay)?
What is the motivation behind it? Why this duality of plans?
Instead why can't they scrap the $40/month plan and have only the party pay valued plan which is $25/ month?
If any party can have unlimited number of members, then why do members create a small party?
Given that no personal identifiable information is not shared among party pay members?
Not sure if any one else had pondered over this. Open for the discussion.
Learn how to party here:
I think for a couple of reasons Visible keeps the standard plan at $40:
-Some people won't bother joining a party, so each of those people is $15 in additional revenue to Visible (thus Verizon)
-People like feeling like they get a deal, and if they are paying $25, it becomes a word of mouth marketing thing for Visible to get new customers
Is the simple thing eliminating the $40 price point? Yes. Would it cost Visible revenue to not have the $40 price point? Yes. So I think it will stick around for a while longer.