Usage Policy

Usage Policy

When executing API requests to TagoIO by posting (data input) or to getting (data output) data, your account may face a limit policy based on the limits defined by you in the My Billing settings.

The limits are based on the number of transactions defined for a period of time (hour or minute). Also, a higher limit is applied to all accounts to prevent attacks to our servers, such as DDOS, while offering a way to limit the usage for your applications.

Check our comprehensive documentation on Rate Limits.
TagoIO limits the access of Account-Token and Device-Token to the transactions limits per hour set in your account.

Other services like data storage, SMS, email, and Analysis are also limited according to your plan settings. Learn more about TagoIO Services.


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