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How to subscribe to a Datagma Subscription: A Step-by-Step Guide
How to subscribe to a Datagma Subscription: A Step-by-Step Guide
Written by Jordan Blanchard
Updated over a week ago

You're interested by Datagma and want to subscribe to a subscription plan ?

Follow these simple steps, and you'll be ready to enjoy all the benefits offered by our platform.

1. Log in to your account:

The first step is to log in to your Datagma account. Visit our login page at . If you don't have an account yet, you can create one in just a few minutes by following the provided instructions.

2. Access the pricing page:

Once logged in, navigate to the "Upgrade" section by clicking on the following link: This page will present you with the different subscription options available.

3. Choose your plan:

On the pricing page, you'll have the choice between monthly and yearly plans.

If you choose a yearly plan you will get all the credits upfront, if you choose a monthly you will be charged monthly until you cancel.

Take the time to review the features and benefits of each option to select the one that best suits your needs.

If you opt for the premium subscription, you'll also have the option to select the number of credits or users based on your requirements.

Then, click on "Choose this plan".

4. Add a coupon (optional):

If you have a coupon, you can add it at this stage. Simply enter the coupon in the designated field on the checkout page.

5. Finalise the subscription:

Once you've chosen your subscription and, if applicable, added a promo code, it's time to finalise the subscription. You'll need to provide your payment information, such as credit card details, to proceed with the payment. Rest assured that your information will be processed securely and confidentially.

If you require further information or assistance regarding our subscription, please do not hesitate to contact our support team. We're committed to providing clear guidance and support to help you make the most of our services.


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