Flexible Plans That Work for Every Business

From startups to SMB to enterprises, we scale with you.

Flexible Testing When You Need It


$0 Commitment


Best for single tests
Concurrent HTTP Unlimited
Concurrent Browsers Unlimited
Parallel Testing Unlimited

Streamlined for Frequent Testing


Starting at


Best for teams with ongoing testing needs

Concurrent HTTP up to 30,000
Concurrent Browsers up to 3,000
Load Injector Hours up to 250
Max Test Duration (per test) 4 hrs
Parallel Testing Unlimited
Unused Resource Rollover Included

Tailored Solutions that Scale


Custom Pricing

Best for teams running large or continuous tests
Custom Volume Pricing
Dedicated Performance Engineer
SSO Authentication
CI/CD Pipeline Integration
Departments/Sub Accounts
Internal Application Testing

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Plan comparison

Predictable, affordable monthly pricing for frequent load testing. Run all your tests each month with straightforward budgeting and no billing surprises.
Features Starter Professional Advanced
*Save up to 35% with annual plans


Annually Monthly
$699 /Month
$454 /Month
$899 /Month
Concurrent HTTP? 1,000 10,000 30,000
Concurrent Browsers? 100 1,000 3,000
Video Streaming?
Load Injector Hours? 30 75 250
Max Test Duration (per test)? 4 hours 4 hours 4 hours
Unlimited Parallel Testing?
Unused Resource Rollover?
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Pricing & Billing FAQs

How are VUs (Virtual Users) determined for a test?

Device calibration is performed to calculate the optimal Virtual User Distribution (VUD) value for the number of Virtual Users per load injector server. The device tasks, complexity, and required CPU resources are considered during calibration. Based on our experience, by default, we use the average VUD that is optimal to ensure ideal CPU utilization per load injector (up to 80%) and efficient virtual user distribution between load injectors. Calibrated Virtual User Distribution varies based on a task type:
HTTP/S Test – 8 to 500 users
Web Page/Web Application Test – 2 to 8 users
Web Application with Rich Internet Application (RIA) image validation – 2 to 5 users

Why is calibration for load testing HTTP URL and web applications different?
Web application testing renders a web page in a real browser, which takes more system resources from the load injector than simply sending a GET or POST request to the web server, which is one thing that makes LoadView much better than simple HTTP ping tools like JMeter.
Which plan should I choose?

Subscription plans
With our subscription-based plan, you are billed at a fixed amounts, at monthly or yearly intervals.  Any unused virtual user (VU) minutes and load injector (LI) hours roll over from one month to the next. Subscription-based plans are recommended for tests over $200 and for organizations that continuous testing requirements or heavy development cycles throughout the year.

On-demand plan
The on-demand plan is recommended if you’re planning to run an occasional test with a low number of virtual users and short test duration. Our on-demand plan allows you to pay as you go, giving you flexibility with your spending. Additionally, you are not charged with any unconsumed resources at the end of the billing period.

Can LoadView handle my API testing?

Yes, LoadView’s API testing tools can handle any scenario for API testing.

When will I be billed?
For monthly subscriptions, charges auto-renew 30 days from your activation date. For the on-demand package, you are charged each time you run a stress test.
How does the 90-day money back guarantee work?
If you decide to discontinue your LoadView subscription before 90 days, you would only be billed for the months of services used at the standard month-to-month list price, along with any Professional Services hours used ($150/hour). The remaining balance would be reimbursed.


Why do I need to calibrate my test before getting the exact pricing?

Calibrating a test automatically determines how much CPU percentage is used by the load injector for each simultaneous user. This tells us how many simultaneous users we can run per load injector. The number of load injector directly affects the cost of the test.

What happens to my unused resources?
If you are on a monthly or annual plan, your unused resources automatically roll over to the next billing period.
Can you provide a performance engineer to handle load testing for our company?

Yes, we offer load testing Professional Services. Pick and choose which elements you need assistance with, and our performance engineers will coach you through them.

How do I cancel my LoadView account?
Log into your account, and under Account, select Upgrade Plan. In the Payment Method section, you will see a link to Cancel My Account.
Which credit cards do you accept?
Visa, Mastercard, and American Express.

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