Mixmax Dialer pricing

This article explains the different pricing options for making calls using Mixmax Dialer.

Updated over a week ago

Mixmax Dialer (Calling) is available only on the Mixmax Enterprise plan. Check out our pricing page for more information.

Mixmax calling allows you to generate phone numbers and call your prospects, customers, candidates, and contacts directly from the browser. All call logs and the duration can be synced directly to Salesforce.


Our calling features require a monthly platform fee. We offer flexible plans, with the price increasing based on the features you need.


Monthly per user platform fee

Base Dialer (US & CA calling only)


Base Dialer + Local Presence (US & CA only)


Base Dialer + International Dialer


Base Dialer + Local Presence (US & CA only) + International Dialer


Workspace users must be on the same dialer plan.

Mixmax will bill for overage above your per-user-per-month dialer platform fee on a per-minute basis, rounded up to the nearest minute. Your total cost will depend on how much time you and your team spend on the phone and which countries you call.

Pricing is as follows for US, Canada, and International destinations:


Price per minute

United States & Canada

$0.017* (outbound)

$0.011* (inbound)

United States (Toll-Free)

$0.017* (outbound)

$0.011* (inbound)

United States (Alaska)



$0.036* (outbound)

$0.024* (inbound)

* Note that the price may vary based on the destination of the service

** Please contact our Customer Success team if you have questions regarding Dialer pricing.

Phone number provisioning (local calling)

You can choose which area code you want to place calls from. By using the area codes that are local to the prospects you're calling, you can increase connect rates by 3-5x. Phone numbers are billed on a monthly basis, per the chart below:


Price per number per month

United States & Canada


United States (Alaska)




*Please contact our Customer Success team if you have questions regarding phone number pricing.

The prices may change without prior notice.

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