Well, Bomgar turns out to need the purchase of a “Bomgar box” ( missed that, thought it was an option).
The various solutions out there have a bewildering array of pricing methods, by the minute, day, month or year, one-off purchase to run on your own server, and the prices vary wildly from $200 to $1300 per year, for example, while most of them settle around $50 per month per user.
Most of the pricing models are based on a per user price, although some do offer concurrent licenses.
But they all seem targeted at larger companies in general, while there are “free for personal use” offers.
It also quite difficult to discover the price of some of them.
Quite ironic really that the software industry is so bad at exploiting the web “click to buy” culture.