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Upgrade of "Free storage qouta" once you've been a paid subscriber

Just a quick suggestion to be competitive with VTT's that have a one-time paid license model VS. the infinite monthly subscription. It would be nice that if you had some gaming downtime in your life and chose to go off monthly paid with Roll20 that your account didn't get locked due to being over storage. My suggestion is that once you've paid Roll 20 a certain amount say reached over $100 you get your storage quota on your free category upgraded. So right now you get 100MB but at least as a paid subscriber you've actually paid money vs a free account that has maybe never given a cent. There should be a difference here to be fair. So maybe it's 500MB or 750MB depending on how much you've paid in total before you go off paid sub. Just something small, but a nod to the people that have paid and need to be less active, but not have remove all of their uploaded assets.   At least it makes it easier to go back in and miss dynamic lighting and pay sub again vs. wonder if you want to come back because you are just outright locked out even after being a paying customer. 
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Hi DM Kuban, When your subscription expires and you're over the free user quota, none of your assets become unavailable. Your account isn't locked, other than that you cannot upload more assets. You continue to have unlimited access to the assets you've already uploaded.
Ahh thanks. It would still be nice to have a increased threshold though as it is technically still frozen (like 750MB to work with, to be able to trim to upload new content). You'd still be limited in a sense. So I'd still like a true increased threshold once you've been a paid subscriber of $100+  I think some thought should be put into the difference of people that have paid and move to non-paid vs. Never paid. Like a premium free account. There have been MMO's that have adopted models like this and might warrant Roll20 considering this for new potential revenue and retention. 
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