April 14, 2016

Pricing

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Frequently asked questions

Is the 30 day trial really free? Yes. No credit card is required, and you will get a fully functional working account that allows you to send a maximum of 100 emails and request one journey review. What happens at the end of my trial? You can buy online and pay via credit card, or pay by invoice if you are working with a sales rep. Your trial will become your permanent Autopilot account. What is included in my trial plan? Your trial allows access to all features listed in the pricing table above. You will need to buy when your trial expires or you reach the 100 email limit.

More Questions

How do I buy? Navigate to the Settings menu in Autopilot, select a plan and number of contacts required, then enter your credit card details. If you are paying annually, for US $3,500 or more, you can pay via invoice (contact sales). Can I upgrade or downgrade later? Autopilot is priced based on plan level and the number of contacts in your database. As you grow, upgrade at any time and you will be charged pro-rata through the end of your billing term. You can downgrade at any time, but changes will not take effect until the start of the next term. What is a contact? In Autopilot, a contact is a person with a unique email address. Contacts can be added in several ways, including when a user fills out a tracked form, via import from your Salesforce CRM, or via an uploaded list.

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