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> Suddenly your $20 per month product looks very expensive once it has been multiplied by 10, 50 or 100 years

Doesn't look expensive at all to me. These are values I imagine spending on toilet paper.

    $2k  / 10 years
    $10k / 50 years
    $20k / 100 years

I like the analogy but that is expensive toilet roll you have there.

I think part of the issue is data migration after the SaaS contract is cancelled. To pursue your analogy further, if you decided to go 'natural' and use leaves you would still be able to defecate...

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