Plans & Pricing

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Plans & Pricing

  • Base Best seller
  • Pro
  • Enterprise

License Type


Network Agent (NA) is the monitoring appliances to install on enterprise networks, data center networks, or clouds.

Remote Worker Agent (RWA) is the software client to install on Windows or Mac OS systems.



Hours x Days x ResponseTimeInHours. Email and phone support is available to all plans. Support hours start at 8 Am EST.


Enterprise Authentication

Dashboard users can be authenticated using Azure AD, Simple LDAP, and SAML authentication.

Default Data Retention

The data retention period defines the length of historical data that the dashboard can display for both raw results and averages and trend lines.

1 month (raw)
1 year (averages)
1 month (raw)
1 year (averages)
Up to 2 years



per month,
billed annually


per month,
billed annually

Based on quantity

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Start a 14-day free trial if you are interested in a Base or Pro bundle, and don't want to go through a sales assisted evaluation. No credit card is required. Before the end of the free trial, you'll have the option to purchase a bundle or request a quote for an enterprise subscription.

Request a quote if you want to learn more about the enterprise pricing and schedule a product tour. The enterprise subscription is recommended if you need custom quantities of Network Agent or Remote Worker Agent licenses or want to host the server on-prem.


How can I buy the WiFi 6/6E or Gig appliance?

Request a quote if you want to purchase hardware appliances.

What's the difference between Network Agents and Remote Worker Agents?

Network Agents are hardware, virtual, or software appliances that get installed on-premise at remote branch offices, public clouds, and data centers. These agents can be deployed as Linux packages, Docker containers, or hardware probes.

Remote Worker Agents are software clients for Windows or Mac operating systems that are installed on user endpoints.

What's the difference between real-time and scheduled tests?

Real-time tests are ping, DNS, HTTPS, traceroute, or path analysis tests that run, by default, every 5 seconds (ping), 30 seconds (DNS), 60 seconds (HTTPS), 120 seconds (traceroute) and 300 seconds (Path Analysis).

Scheduled tests are iperf, network speed, and VoIP performance tests that run according to a user-defined schedule. They are meant to be run less frequently than real-time tests.

Can I host the server?

Yes, the server can be self-hosted in the enterprise plan.

Is there a limit in the number of tests that agents can run?

Yes, by default Network Agents can run 50 real-time tests and 6 scheduled tests. Remote Worker Agents can run 25 real-time tests and 3 scheduled tests. Tests per agent can be increased only in enterprise plans.

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Access NetBeez enterprise features for 14 days, no credit card required. The free trial includes licenses for 3 Network Agents and 10 Remote Worker Agents.