said by Matt3: said by brandon:
I'm assuming that's $60 per user per year and not $60 per year...
Yes, as evidenced by the singular "your".
And you're assuming "your" is singular...why?
In context, your is plural until the clarification of $60 per user per year is inserted.
Example: "John, I'm giving you your car back." - your = singular
"Class, I'm giving you your test back." - your = plural
Edit: And the clarification was inserted, for the record, and it reads much better. In fact, the dollar amount was changed, too...