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πŸ’³ What Are jamie's Pricing Options?
πŸ’³ What Are jamie's Pricing Options?

Are you interested in learning more about jamie's pricing? Then this article will provide you with all relevant information.

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Written by Leo Wendler
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Once you have signed up to jamie with your email address, you will have the chance to thoroughly test jamie on a 7-day free trial, which is equivalent to our standard monthly paid plan.

This means, that you will have the opportunity to use jamie for up to 15 meetings, which can each be as long as 90 minutes.

What happens after my free trial period is over?

After your trial period has ended, you will automatically be downgraded to a free plan. You also have the option to upgrade to one of our paid plans.

What does jamie's free plan entail?

  • 5 meeting credits per month

  • Meetings can be as long as 30 minutes

  • All other features (like templates, custom words, etc.)

What paid plans does jamie offer?

jamie offers three paid plans, which differ in the amount of meeting credits available each month. Paid plans start at 24€ and are currently monthly-based plans.

Standard Monthly

  • Price: 24€ / month

  • 15 meeting credits/month

  • 90-minute meeting limit

  • Access to "Ask jamie Anything"

Pro Monthly

  • Price: 47€/month

  • 40 meeting credits/month

  • 90-minute meeting limit

  • Access to "Ask jamie Anything"

Executive Monthly

  • Price: 99€/month

  • 100 meeting credits/month

  • 90-minute meeting limit

  • Access to "Ask jamie Anything"

Note: Want to use jamie all year round? We are currently working on making yearly subscriptions available very soon.

Did you know that you can also check out our different plans in your jamie app?

Want to know how you can upgrade to one of our paid plans? Then click here

Pricing as a company?

Contact us at support@meetjamie.ai and let us know how many users and what plans you are looking to upgrade. We will provide you with custom pricing.

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