Yes, as long as they want. Although TeamSpeak 3 will introduce a new and much improved licensing system, dual licensing models will continue to be available for existing and future customers. We are in no way "forcing" people to migrate from TeamSpeak 2 to TeamSpeak 3. However, due to its superior feature set, we are confident many people will want to migrate regardless in the coming months.
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- Will IPv6 be natively supported in TS3?
- Where can I obtain technical support?
- What license models are available for TeamSpeak 3?
- What is the difference between the "TeamSpeak 3 SDK" and the "TeamSpeak 3 Plugin SDK"?
- What are codecs, and how do they differ?
- Is TeamSpeak 2 compatible with TeamSpeak 3?
- I want to purchase an Annual Activation License (AAL) for use in my company or business...and my company or business does NOT host or rent servers to anyone. How do I purchase an AAL?
- I received a fraudulent call from an individual pretending to be employed by TeamSpeak Systems GmbH or TeamSpeak USA, Inc.
- I found a bug or have a feature request for TeamSpeak 3. What do I do?
- I am one of the few non-profit organizations which was issued the old (no longer available) 5000 slot limit TeamSpeak 2 NPO license. Can I use this license with TeamSpeak 3?