New Business Subscription Plans now available from Typekit

Typekit has long been the trusted web font provider for some of the biggest sites on the web. We first served fonts for The New York Times back in December of 2009, for example, and since then the list of high traffic sites and services using Typekit has grown to include examples from across the spectrum: The New Yorker, The Wall Street Journal, Martha Stewart, Gizmodo, Twitter, Zynga, Ning, Atlantic Records, WordPress, and more. Businesses like these rightly expect a web font solution that’s ultra-fast, always online, and includes the kind of customer support that ensures fonts render beautifully and dependably, every time. We’re honored to have delivered on those needs.

Today, we’ve added a new class of subscription plans that make it even easier for customers to take advantage of the benefits Typekit has to offer larger sites. Now, sites with traffic of up to 25 million pageviews per month can simply sign up for a monthly business subscription plan via our website – no complicated contracts required. In keeping with the needs of high traffic sites, all of these new plans include an uptime guarantee and VIP support, so you can rest assured that you’ll get the same worry-free service that our largest customers already enjoy. And all of this comes without a long term commitment: these plans are billed monthly, and you’re free to upgrade, downgrade, or cancel at any time. We have plans for sites of all sizes. Check out our business plans page for details.

Like all of our subscription plans, these new plans give you access to world class fonts from the best foundries, optimized for the web and continually updated as browser support and font technology evolve. Simply put, we’re committed to providing you the easiest, highest quality, most future proof web font solution available so that you can benefit from all the value of web fonts while continuing to focus on what you do best – running your business.

Need more than 25 million pageviews, custom fonts, or CDN integration? No problem! Just contact us, and we’ll put together a custom Enterprise Plan to meet your needs.

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  1. This is great news. I’m starting to see competitors appearing and happy to see Typekit solidifying its position early. I hope these plans only become more competitive so we can bring these packages to more of our clients, employers and portfolios.

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Gregory Veen

Co-founder of Typekit, where I work on product and business development. Designer and developer of websites and software since 1994 for companies like Google, Twitter, and others. @gregveen on Twitter.

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