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How to upgrade your plan ⬆️
How to upgrade your plan ⬆️

You like what you see and now it's time to take your business to the next level. Here's how to upgrade your plan on tinyEmail

Amanda Payne avatar
Written by Amanda Payne
Updated over a week ago

Upgrading your plan is both simple and intuitive. We do not lock you in based on the number of subscribers and you pay for the features you need and the volume of messages you want to send. Let's take you through the process:

1. Navigate to Plans and Billing

Log in to tinyEmail and navigate your way to the dashboard. From here, look to the left navigation column where your plan widget is. Click on "Upgrade". Alternatively, go directly to the Plans and Billing page from your account settings.

2. Pick the right plan

On this page, select from the drop-down menu to pick the right email volume you need to send and the corresponding features. Once ready, click on the "Upgrade now" button.

🎁 Note that choosing to pay yearly saves you 20%

3. Confirm billing information and payment method

Confirm your billing information including your address and any Tax information that you'd like to add to your invoice. On the right, you will see a summary of your charge along with any taxes applied. If you have a coupon, you can apply that here as well.

If you did not set up a payment method earlier, click on the "Add new" link.

4. Upgrade your plan

If all looks good so far, click on the "Pay now" button. You will get a confirmation that your plan was successfully upgraded.

That is all, you have upgraded to your new plan. A few things to note:

  • tinyEmail bills on the first of every month. This is to help your own business' financial filing and record-keeping easy.

  • tinyEmail bills in a pro-rated format. This means that if you upgrade on any day other than the first of a month, will be charged for the remainder of the days of the month according to your new plan.

Welcome to your new tinyEmail plan. Play around and we are always there to help.

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