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Why ? From a UX perspective there is no good reason to do this. So in the context of UX, there is NO good reason if we keep the scope ONLY on this particular point, but for more, see end of my answer. From a business perspective there are many good reasons why this happens. But I think the following points are most valid: Free does not exist for ...


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The reasons for this have little to do with UX, and a lot to do with business strategy. Businesses care more about Customer Experience than User Experience, and getting your payment information is a way of pre-qualifying you as a potential customer. That way the free plan or service that they are giving you is a marketing tool. If they didn't do this, ...


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That is because websites or companies which their only interest in their user base is making money - know that all their users could be a potential customer (and certainly not duplicates). I agree that it is annoying,or even outright SCARY to give a service that is presumably partially free ,all the possible ways to TAKE YOUR MONEY Yet remember that ...



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