You can pay for our products by card. The payment is made in advance and entitles you to use the products during the next 30 days. A standing order is set up when making the first payment, so you don't need to worry about next time.
How does the free 7-day trial work?
We activate a Campaigns Plan with 50,000 contact limit for you, so you can try out all the features and tools included in the plan. If you wish to keep using Reago after the 7-day trial ends, all you have to do is select the contact limit that suits you and then enter your credit card details needed for setting up repeated payments.
Do I need to pay right from the start?
No. You may start by registering with us and getting a completely free 7-day trial of Reago. During this no commitment trial you can make up your mind whether to continue using Reago after it ends, switching to the paid version.
I wish to manage more contacts, what should I do?
If you have more than 100,000 contacts in your contact list, please get in touch with our customer service at email@example.com. Our colleagues will draw up a quotation tailored to your needs.
Do I need to enter into a contract with you?
No, you don't. To use our products you only need to register with us and consent electronically to our terms and conditions.
Can I put my paid account on hold?
Yes, you can put your Reago account on hold for a certain period of time. For more details please contact our customer service at firstname.lastname@example.org.
What exactly is a contact?
You can imagine a single contact as a business card stored in a database. The same contact may give you more business cards, maybe even with the same phone number and e-mail. That is why each contact has an ID which serves as its unique identifier.
„With Reago we no longer need one system for contact management, another for e-mailing, and yet another for SMS marketing. Everything is conveniently integrated in a single solution.“
Milan Pleva, Marketing Manager at GoMobil
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