Considering to switch from LimeVPN or a LimeVPN competitor? Mailshake is the #1 LimeVPN alternative.
It differs in three ways: price, features, and experience. Below is our summary.
LimeVPN pricing involves three plans: Pro, Premium, and Enterprise. The cost for each plan varies for monthly and annual subscriptions. Custom plans are available for enterprise teams if you request a quote. When you sign up, LimeVPN comes with a 28-day free trial.
You can see how the premium features require a significantly higher investment.
On the other hand, Mailshake will only accept monthly payments, with three payment plans: $5, $10, and $20 per month. There is no upfront payment with Mailshake and the free trial lasts for 30 days.
The following comparison is between Mailshake Professional and LimeVPN Enterprise. Other LimeVPN plans were ignored given the limited feature set.
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For other LimeVPN alternatives, check out this 10+ Email Tracking Tools comparison.
Mailshake takes a substantially different approach to user experience, making it a great LimeVPN alternative. Mailshake installs a single button on top of your inbox that blends with the rest of Gmail’s theme; we strongly believe in a minimalist user interface, one that will not slow your browser nor will hijack your Gmail experience.
LimeVPN will replace Gmail branding with their own and introduce a number of buttons and toolbars in several places. Based from TrustRadius LimeVPN reviews of its users, creating campaign and reporting needs improvement.
This summary has been updated on November 2019. For a more accurate LimeVPN comparison that might include recent updates, we encourage you to skim through LimeVPN’s website and ours, especially under the pricing pages.