free

  • 20 Checks
  • 100 log entries per check
  • Personal or Commercial use
  • 3 Team Members
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$5/mo

  • Unlimited Checks
  • 1000 log entries per check
  • Personal or Commercial use
  • 10 Team Members
  • 50 SMS alerts per month
  • Email Support

$50/mo

  • Unlimited Checks
  • 1000 log entries per check
  • Personal or Commercial use
  • Unlimited Team Members
  • 500 SMS alerts per month
  • Priority Email Support

Billing Questions

What payment methods do you accept?

We accept Visa, Master Card and PayPal.

Will my credit card data be safe?

We process payments using Braintree, a division of PayPal. Your credit card or PayPal credentials are never directly handled by or stored on healthchecks.io servers.

Braintree is a validated Level 1 PCI DSS Compliant Service Provider, it is on Visa's Global Compliant Provider List and MasterCard's SDP List. Read moreā€¦

If I cancel my paid plan, do I get a refund?

You can easily cancel your subscription at any time, but no refunds are provided for prorated periods.

Premium Features

What's "3 / 10 / Unlimited Team Members"?

Invite your colleagues to your account so they can access your checks, logs, and configured integrations. Inviting team members is more convenient and more secure than sharing a single login and password.

Each plan has a specific team size limit. When you reach the limit, you cannot invite more team members.

What is the "log entries per check" number?

For each of your checks, healthchecks.io keeps a historic log of the received pings. The log can be useful for auditing past activity of your cron jobs.

There is a per-check limit of how many log entries are kept. When this limit is reached, the oldest log entries are culled. You can increase the limit by upgrading to paid plans.

When is 100 log entries per check sufficient?

It depends on how frequently your cron job runs and for what time period you want to keep a log of received pings. For example, if your cron job runs once a week, then the 100 log entries will cover 2 years. On the other hand, if the cron job runs every 5 minutes, then the 100 log entries will only cover 8 hours.