I think it was the Koreans who have to pay by the hour for their WoW sessions, how much do they pay anyways?
I don't think they paid that much, A few cents or w/e it's called in their language.
I recall that blizzard didn't lose that much money even though they lost 1,3M in 3 months time.
1. Play by Days
7 days - 7040W
30 days - 19800W
90 days - 47521W
2. Play by Hours
5 hours - 3900W
30 hours - 14900W
$1 = 1100W
You imagine the rest.
19,800.00 KRW = 18.9470 AUD
South Korean Won ↔ Australian Dollar
1 KRW = 0.000956918 AUD 1 AUD = 1,045.02 KRW
Mid-market rates: 2013-07-10 12:31 UTC
So roughly the same price as an Aussie TC
Also worth noting is this from the wiki page:
"In South Korea, there is no software package or CD key requirement to activate the account. However, to play the game, players must purchase time credits online."
With this as the source:
World of Warcraft on the following rate plans are available.
before you pay the right price for me, first learn how to select and payment Please make the payment after you saw.And lastlyI use image for World of Warcraft.
• I play World of Warcraft on a daily basis is steady.
• I usually use on weekends to play for almost the whole weekend.
World of Warcraft for only if you fully unlimited time to World of Warcraft
can be enjoyed.
What jeongryangje, date, regardless of the scheduled time until exhausted to enjoy World of Warcraft is a product.
jeongryangje product a 5 hours, 30 hours is. jeongryangje the validity of the product is three years from the date of payment, 3 years billing the game as much as one hour are available.