Is Kahoot! free? How does Kahoot! make money?

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    BenTrainspotter

    I am new to Kahoot making quizzies

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    HILMERJJ

    Well I'm trying to log in but I can't becuase it takes to another page in which suggest that I choose one of your plans.

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    prairie_boa820

    I'm trying to login but its not letting me login with goggle 

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    AllaatDana

    I had a basic account, it got expired and now I can't log in, i am offered your paid plans, I am a teacher?

     

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    AllaatDana

    With the basic version I created only 3 quzzes and then it hot expired? How can I use it for free?

     

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    DarrenC

    what a shame used this for a few years as a social tool now woud need a plan that costs for limited use doesnt offer value for money considering the effort needed to create a quiz bespoke for my needs. was great but will go back to paper and pen!

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    Sofaeksperten

    Thanks for ruining Kahoot with your pay-to-play policy. Have used it in many social settings, and in my class. Now I'll have to find another quiz-engine to play my quizes from.

    Have had fun, so thanks for that, but please consider making a free verison that is open for more players than only 10 (like it has been from the start and until now), and eventually fill it with ads if you need the money.

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    JMRich

    As a teacher in an inner city school, I do not get paid much and invest much of my own $$ in very basic classroom supplies that most people take for granted. (copy paper, tissue, notebooks, etc...) I try to make learning engaging and fun to give my kids a reason to want to come to school.

    It was my impression that it was free for teachers, but when I try to log in, I get routed to the subscription page.

    I understand that you are a for-profit company. You have a great product and I am orry that I cannot afford it.

    Please excuse me while I go stand in line for the copy machine.

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    MrPlews

    I'll join the ever-lengthening line of teachers saying arrivaderci to Kahoot - your BS about free for teachers and students, esp at a time when we are ALL struggling to teach from home and online, is just too much. IF ONLY you had the business sense to see the opportunity coronavirus was handing you, and truly let teachers use you (not for a stupid token three go's) you would conquer the WORLD. I signed up to pay 36 € a year for still very limited service and its just not good enough. There are tasty rivals out there, who charge NIENTE, NADA, NOTHING! Bye.

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    johnjppoole

    I spent a long time preparing a quiz and then when it was ready it wouldnt let me play it until i paid for an account!

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    Paulsflanagan2

    Spent ages making a quiz for my family and I can't save or use it until I pay for a plan.

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    annemarieorth

    I also have been using Kahoot for several years and all of a sudden, in order to share the kahoot with my students, I have to join a "free trial" for 7 days. Is it no longer free??

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