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Guest Seeta

ProRealTime has £30 fees, but fees is waived if customer trades  enough significant trades in month.  Does it mean, I have to trade DIRECTLY from PRT charts to avoid £30 fees?   

If I enable PRT charts and use for analysis only, but I open/close trades using IG Web Platform, will there still be £30 fee for PRT?

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Guest Szymon

it activated free on my demo account saying I trade enough. I guess that makes sense because you need to try it out somewhere and only pay when using on live

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