No, you cannot downgrade to a lower plan during your commitment period. You can upgrade to a higher plan within your commitment period, however, you cannot reduce the number of seats if you upgrade.
Yes. You created it, so you own it.
Individuals, hobbyists and small businesses that have less than $100K of revenue or funds raised in the prior 12 months are eligible to use Unity Personal. Eligibility for individuals and hobbyists is based on revenues or funds in connection with the use of Unity. Eligibility for small businesses is based on any revenues or funds raised in the past 12 months.
Students enrolled in an accredited educational institution of legal age to consent to the collection and processing of their personal information (e.g., age 13 in the US, 16 in the EU) are eligible to use the free Unity Student plan.
If you or your company’s revenue or funding is less than $200K in the last 12 months, you are eligible to use Unity Plus.
Unity Pro or Unity Enterprise plans are required for businesses with revenue or funding greater than $200K in the last 12 months, and for those who do work with them. Pro and Enterprise plans have no financial eligibility limits – everyone is eligible. Please note that the Enterprise plan is for larger teams and requires a minimum purchase of 20 seats.
Technical support is included with Enterprise subscriptions purchased online. If you are interested in other custom solutions, including technical support for Pro plan subscribers, please contact Unity Sales.
There is no cancellation policy or reimbursement for a subscription. Once you commit to a subscription you are obligated to pay all monthly payments owing. Even if you stop your monthly payments and your license is shut down, you are still obligated to pay the outstanding payment(s) for your subscription period. Please see Subscription terms and conditions and the Software License Agreement for more details.