How can I try calling for free?

You can try the calling add-on for free before you buy it. With the calling add-on, any user in Follow Up Boss can make and receive calls and texts from a personal phone number that only they have access to. You can create a calling list to quickly reach out to your contacts, promote your unique number on marketing materials, and more!

To try calling:

  • Click Admin (must be done from the account owner's account)
  • Click Billing
  • Click Try Calling Add-OnScreen_Shot_2019-03-11_at_1.55.22_PM.png

Eligibility: You can try calling until the end of your Follow Up Boss free trial, or for 14 days every 6 months if you are a paid subscriber. If you are already paying for the calling add-on you cannot try calling for free. Only 20 users may receive calling as part of the trial.

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Select the users you want to try the calling add-on and press 'Save Changes'. You're ready to start calling! If you want to change the phone number we pre-selected for any user, press edit next to their phone number and choose a new one. For more information on our calling add-on, please see our other help articles in the calling section.

How will I get billed for calling?

If you already have a Follow Up Boss subscription and you try calling, we'll start billing you as soon as your trial ends for any user that still has the calling add-on turned on. You can see what day your trial ends on the right side of the page.

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At the end of your trial period, you will be billed for any users who have the calling add-on activated. If you do not wish to keep the calling add-on for any user, simply press the 'Cancel trial' link and confirm you would like to cancel. Your users will lose access to the calling add-on and its features. You can do this any time before the end of your trial period to avoid being billed.

If you do not have a Follow Up Boss subscription, you'll be asked if you want to continue paying for the calling add-on when you upgrade.

 

 

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