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How does JustOn determine the billing behavior for recurring items?

There are two settings that control the billing behavior for recurring subscription items: The billing period specifies the interval after which an item is considered in the invoice run, and the billing unit is the time unit applied for this period. Based on this data, JustOn determines the billing factor, which is then applied to the resulting invoice line item - as a multiplier for the specified price.

■ The billing unit Month combined with the billing period 3 results in a billing factor of 3, that is, the item is invoiced every three months with the price multiplied by three.

■ The billing unit Month combined with the billing period 3 results in a billing factor of 3, and with an item quantity of 2, the item is invoiced every three months with the price multiplied by six.

■ The billing unit Day combined with the billing period 1 results in a billing factor that equals the number of days in the current month, that is, the item is invoiced every month with the price multiplied by the number of days of this month.

For the subscription item to be considered in the invoice run, the item's next invoice date and the subscription's start date must be within the invoice run period.

Related information:

Defining Item-Specific Billing Periods
Adjusting Invoice Line Item Table