No. We only need your email address and the name of your organization. After signing up for free, you will be able to start designing and sending emails. The more information you provide during the sign up, the quicker you’ll be allowed to send with Mailjet.
It sure is. You can send up to 6,000 emails per month (with a sending maximum of 200 emails per day) without paying us a dime. We don’t even ask for a credit card.
Unless otherwise mentioned, all the prices featured on our website do not include VAT and are subject to the French VAT. European companies can be exempt from it if they provide an intra-Community VAT number when they sign up.
If you choose a monthly subscription, yes, you can upgrade to a higher plan at anytime, or downgrade to a lower plan right before the end of your billing period. Regardless of which plan you select, your contact lists, campaign data and statistics will still be stored and accessed to.
If you choose a yearly subscription, you can only do an upgrade during your billing period.
Yes, if you choose one of our monthly plans. They are without engagement, so you can switch to our free plan at any time.
While a big number of clients are happy with our shared IPs, some large senders prefer to benefit from a dedicated IP. The reputation of this fresh IP address will be as good or as bad as your sending practices warrant. This means slightly more responsibility than a shared IP address, so you’ll want to make sure you’ve read up on your deliverability best practices and CAN-SPAM law, and of course GDPR.
Note that a dedicated IP is included upon request with our 150000 emails/month plan and above, after approval of our deliverability team. Additional IPs can be purchased at an extra cost.
In addition to credit card payments, Mailjet also accepts wire transfers. You can subscribe to a prepaid account (the minimum deposit is $50USD). When your plan is renewed, the fee will be taken from your prepaid account. We do not accept cheques.
If the credit card used on your account expires less than a month before the scheduled payment, our system will automatically reject the debit. Our system will continue to try to process the payment for 3 days, but unless you add a valid payment method, your card will continue to be rejected. If this happens, you will be either downgraded to a free plan or blocked (if you have extra-credits).
Please note that when adding a new credit card, our platform will not accept cards with an expiry date that is less than 2 months away.
If you run out of email credit, you can still send more emails, but these will be billed. See price per additional 1,000 emails beyond plan limit.
Email credits don’t roll over from one month to another and unused emails expire at the end of each billing cycle. You can upgrade or downgrade at anytime, to adjust your plan according to your needs.