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CelesteT
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Break this down for me. The free trial only includes: 10 free e-mails to ten people  X  10 equals 100. is this correct? or we can use the 100 e-mails in any combination we want?

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William_A
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Hello @CelesteT ,

 

You can do any combination of sendouts and contacts being sent to. So if you have a list of 25 contacts, you could send to that full list up to 4 times total during the trial's lifespan. If you have a list of 50 contacts, you can send to the full list up to 2 times total, and so on.

 

If you need to do more sendouts, you'd need to upgrade to a paid account.

 

See also:

Available plans, pricing, and features comparison

Billing FAQ


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William A
Community & Social Media Support

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William_A
Administrator

Hello @CelesteT ,

 

You can do any combination of sendouts and contacts being sent to. So if you have a list of 25 contacts, you could send to that full list up to 4 times total during the trial's lifespan. If you have a list of 50 contacts, you can send to the full list up to 2 times total, and so on.

 

If you need to do more sendouts, you'd need to upgrade to a paid account.

 

See also:

Available plans, pricing, and features comparison

Billing FAQ


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William A
Community & Social Media Support
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