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More than 10 000 000 sesssions in Universal Analytics

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We have a resource of our client with more than 10 000 000 sessions (not hits) per month. Is it possible that they will contact our client soon and ask him to use a paid account in Universal Analytics (or to reduce the data volume)?

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October 2016

More than 10 000 000 sesssions in Universal Analytics

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In theory, yes.

 

"If you go over this limit, the Google Analytics team might contact you and ask you upgrade to Analytics 360 or implement client sampling to reduce the amount of data being sent to Google Analytics."

https://developers.google.com/analytics/devguides/collection/analyticsjs/limits-quotas

 

"Subject to Section 15, the Service is provided without charge to You for up to 10 million Hits per month per account."

https://www.google.com/analytics/terms/us.html

 

Documentation is a bit confusing in that the dev doc (first link) says per property while the ToS says per account. I've never had it confirmed, so, in the event of doubt, ToS takes precedent, I believe. 

 

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More than 10 000 000 sesssions in Universal Analytics

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In theory, yes.

 

"If you go over this limit, the Google Analytics team might contact you and ask you upgrade to Analytics 360 or implement client sampling to reduce the amount of data being sent to Google Analytics."

https://developers.google.com/analytics/devguides/collection/analyticsjs/limits-quotas

 

"Subject to Section 15, the Service is provided without charge to You for up to 10 million Hits per month per account."

https://www.google.com/analytics/terms/us.html

 

Documentation is a bit confusing in that the dev doc (first link) says per property while the ToS says per account. I've never had it confirmed, so, in the event of doubt, ToS takes precedent, I believe. 

 

More than 10 000 000 sesssions in Universal Analytics

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Thank you for answering!