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    Video tutorial to deploy Strapi on DigitalOcean

    How do I sign up for the free trial?

    If you are eligible, your free trial will start when you sign up for DigitalOcean. You will need a credit card so that we can verify your identity, but you will not be charged or billed during your free trial.

    Who is eligible for the free trial?

    New customers to DigitalOcean with a valid credit card are eligible. You are eligible if you have never been a paying customer of DigitalOcean and have not previously signed up for the free trial.

    How to deploy my Strapi project to DigitalOcean?

    This documentation page and this video tutorial will give you the step by step to deploy your project.

    What forms of payment do you accept?

    We accept Visa, Mastercard, American Express, Discover, PayPal, and Google Pay (with an associated credit card). For additional payment options, including wire transfer, purchase orders, and ACH, please contact us. Note that when you add a card, we may send a temporary pre-authorization request to the issuing bank. This pre-authorization charge is immediately released by DigitalOcean but may take a few days to clear from your card depending on the bank.

    What can I use the free trial for?

    You can use the free trial for any infrastructure services provided by DigitalOcean, for example all Droplet plans, Spaces Object Storage, Block Storage, and Load Balancers.

    What are the terms of service for the free trial?

    The free trial requires that you access the DigitalOcean Terms of Service.

    Are there any limitations with the free trial?

    This credit provides free credit up to $100 that must be used within 60 days. If you go over $100 in infrastructure services during the 60-day period, overage charges will be charged to your credit card.

    After 60 days, any active infrastructure services running on your account will be charged at the standard pricing, as described on the DigitalOcean website.