Blink is a cloud-based storage service that offers a variety of features to its users. One of the most important features of Blink is its pricing structure. There are four different pricing plans available, and each has its own set of benefits. The Basic plan is free and includes 2 GB of storage. The Plus plan costs $4.99 per month and includes 10 GB of storage. The Pro plan costs $9.99 per month and includes 50 GB of storage. The Enterprise plan is priced at $19.99 per month and includes 100 GB of storage.
Frequently Asked Question
How much does Blink storage cost?
Can I ARM individual Blink cameras?
Does Blink camera record when disarmed?
Why does my Blink camera only record 5 seconds?
Blink Pricing: Monitoring and Storage With the Blink Outdoor, Indoor, and Mini, we chose from one of two subscription plans: the Basic plan for $3 per month, or the Plus plan for $10 per month. Both offer 60 days of cloud storage, which is quite generous in our view. 
You are able to manually arm and disarm your system or even individual cameras on your Blink System at anytime through the APP on your compatible mobile device. 
Don’t let Blink’s terminology confuse you: Arming your Blink cameras simply means turning on motion detection alerts and motion-activated recording. Disarming means turning motion detection and recording off. 
The delay between clips or retrigger time gives you enough time to Disarm your system. By default, the system will capture a 5 second clip, wait for the retrigger time of 30 seconds and if motion continues, capture another 5 second clip. This retrigger time time can be configured under camera settings. 
To sum it up, Blink storage costs about $5 per month per camera. So, if you have three cameras, you’re looking at around $15 per month. Not too shabby! And, if you have a lot of footage, you can always upgrade to a higher storage plan.