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ProRealTime on a Demo account ?


PaulT-1

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Hi

I currently have CFD and Spread bet demo accounts which I am trialling with the default charting tool.

The default charting tool does not meet my needs and I need something superior (having used MT4 for a long time on another platform, it is now so antiquated that it is no longer effective or easy to use)

Can I trial RealTime Pro in my demo accounts at no charge, and if so, for how long (clearly as they are demo accounts then no actual trading will occur to constitute free use)

Thanks

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16 hours ago, PaulT-1 said:

Hi

I currently have CFD and Spread bet demo accounts which I am trialling with the default charting tool.

The default charting tool does not meet my needs and I need something superior (having used MT4 for a long time on another platform, it is now so antiquated that it is no longer effective or easy to use)

Can I trial RealTime Pro in my demo accounts at no charge, and if so, for how long (clearly as they are demo accounts then no actual trading will occur to constitute free use)

Thanks

Hi, yes you can free trial PRT on demo for but there is a time limit, not sure how long though some have complained they were just cut off without notice.

PRT is third party and IG has to pay a fee to cover it's clients using it.

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