Is there such thing as a "viewer" license for Confluence?

Currently we use Confluence internally, but we would like to create pages that could be shared with our customers. Is there a way to do that? Is there a special license that allows our clients to view pages? Or would it be charged as a normal license?

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If someone logs in, they use a licence.

However, you can make spaces accessible by "anonymous" in the space permissions, which means people don't have to log in to see them.

Thank you Nic! It has worked fine!

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