We have had access and use of Constant Contact for about 6 years. We paid roughly $20 per month over that time and due to limited administrative personnel and abilities, did not utilize constant contact the entire time we paid for it. We began using it again last year, imported additional emails to contact our Subscribers through the email network. The increased number of "subscribers" or the email list brought us into the 501-2500 threshold for billing by Constant Contract. We now pay $48.00 per month and rarely use it. If you look at our activity, we used it four or five times last year and I dont think we have used it this year yet.
Is there any way as a non-profit and public charitable organization that we can get a reduced amount in the charge we pay monthly. We would be okay with limited use as we do not use this for marketing, we use it to contact our pre-paid fire protection "Subscribers" who support this fire department with an annual subscription fee. Alert them to Blood Drives, etc. I hope to do more with it, but they also do not wish to be bombarded with emails that don't apply to them. This is just a means to keep in touch with them and make occasional announcements.
Can anything be done to adjust the monthly costs?
Founder, Fire Chief/Paramedic