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What is the purpose of Breakthrough?
Well, from a high-level, we help companies create, organize, document, share, and collaborate around the key aspects of their business across culture, brand, identity, sales, marketing and more.
Can I cancel anytime?
Yes, we have monthly and annual account options. Once you downgrade, your current plan will not be renewed on your anniversary date and instead will be adjusted to our free package.
Can I use Breakthrough for free?
Yes! You get one user and one collaborator for free, forever.
What are my payment options?
You can use your credit card to pay for any plan. We support VISA, MasterCard, and AMEX. If you sign up for an annual subscription, we can invoice you annually.
What kind of support do I get?
We’ve got your back! All of our paid plans come with support via email. Our Scale-Up plan includes chat support, and our Breakthrough and Enterprise plans include chat and phone support.
Do you offer nonprofit, or educational discounts?
That depends. Contact us and we’ll be happy to help figure something out for your unique situation.
Do you offer Enterprise contracts/pricing/support?
Yep! For over 50 users or 100 collaborators, email us at [email protected] and we'll make it happen.
What happens if I upgrade or downgrade a plan mid-period?
When you up or downgrade mid-period, we cancel your next renewal and you will have access until that renewal date to your current package.
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