We were able to negotiate a 50% discount for the first year. We didn’t have competing quotes, but we did let them know we were looking at competitors and they came back and offered this.
We use the programmable voice service in one of our products and pay about $0.0085 per minute.
At very low usage (<$50/mo), no discounts.
Twilio costs us $150 AUD per month.
We have found their pricing to be very reliable and consistent. No negotiation took place to achieve this price. It has not fluctuated much as our usage is consistent. We entirely use the Programmable SMS feature for our product.
We pay approximately $10-20 per month for Twilio.
We use the Twilio Brex partnership to get $500 in Twilio credit.
And if you need a cellular phone data plan with just a tiny amount of data (think digital kiosk), you can use Twilio's Programmable Wireless. It's $2 per SIM and $1 for the lowest data plan, at 20 MB/month (For $2 + $10, you get 500 MB/month). For us, this was MUCH cheaper than the conventional wireless carriers.
I’m under NDA so I can’t share this in much detail. But, as an early-stage startup we negotiated pretty hard and got Twilio to offer us a discount of more than 60% for the first year. Most important thing was leveraging our network to connect with a senior sales rep who had more authority.
Proxy - 50k sessions
Lookups - $0.0046
Numbers - $0.85
SMS - $0.0068
$100 per month. We use it for some clients we have to track phone leads.
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