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Get 4 months Replyco Free – activate and pay for Annual Pro Account
We’ve just spotted a Q4 holiday offer from Replyco which you’ll be very interested in if you’re not already using a state of the art messaging system to handle customers on marketplaces and your website. For just one week, until the 1st of October, new customers signing up can get Replyco free for four months (enter code 4MONTHSFREE) with free onboarding when you sign up for an annual Pro Plan.
Having Replyco free for four months takes you right through the busiest season of the year, and with the pandemic it’s going to be a crazy busy Q4 with Amazon Prime Day, Black Friday week and Christmas all falling within the next three months. You’ll then have Replyco working for you for the following year as well!
With Replyco free for the whole Christmas season, you’ll be able to confidently handle customer queries faster than ever and at least make that part of your business slicker and easier to manage. Replyco will effectively centralise your inbox and bring all communications with your customers into a single dashboard, available 24/7 on desktop, mobile or tablet, and enable multiple staff to access, monitor, reply and track queries.
Naturally, you might want to try Replyco before signing up for a year and of course they have a free trial… so if you want to take advantage of the offer start your trial today and then sign up before the 1st of October.
The Replyco Pro account includes annual Pro Plan includes: 60,000 annual tickets; Unlimited users; Unlimited integrations; Concierge support; 14-day money-back guarantee; and Free onboarding and setup.
So, anyone tried to subscribe to this?
Apparently, it is not free months available if you subscribe and pay annually, it is simply a saving on the monthly subscription equivalent to free months.
We had a lok at this and it is quite similar to eDesk and a lot cheaper. We might well subscribe simply because of the massive saving in comparison to eDesk but honestly, why do people need to try and deceive you? I don’t even call it clever marketing, there is nothing free, there is just a saving if pay upfront for the year.