Product Update: Google Sync, Pricing Changes and Amex Payments

It’s been a busy summer so far here at Contactzilla HQ, and boy, do we have some news for you!

We’ve just launched Google Contacts sync so you can sync your Contactzilla address books with your Google Contacts and Gmail. A few of you have been asking for this, and we’d love to hear what you think.

We’ve also changed our packages and pricing structure. You can find more details below but don’t worry, unless you choose to change, your package (and how much you pay!) will stay exactly the same.

And finally, we’ve been working on a few other tweaks you’ve been asking for. We’ve recently changed our payment provider so you can now pay for your Contactzilla subscription with AmEx! We’ll show you how to add your AmEx card at the end of this post…

Google sync!

You can now sync your Contactzilla address books with Google Contacts and Gmail.

When you’ve set up Google Sync, new Contactzilla contacts will be automatically added to Google Contacts and vice versa. There’s no need to update both accounts, just make an edit in one and it will automatically change in the other. Add a new contact in Contactzilla, and their email address will pop up when you type their name in Gmail. Simple!

Now everyone on your team can sync their Google contacts from a central address book and you can keep your teams’ individual contacts together in one place.

Find out how to sync address books with Google Contacts here.

New packages and pricing

As of Thursday August 7th 2014, we’ve changed our packages and pricing. We still think that Contactzilla is exceptionally good value (especially compared to similar services), and don’t forget, our prices are for the whole package, not per user.

If you’re already paying for a Contactzilla subscription, your package or pricing won’t change unless you decide to move onto a new package.

Check out the new packages here.

Each package comes with a 30 day free trial and there’s always the free personal package for those who only need 1 personal address book.

We now accept AmEx

It’s been a long time coming – thanks for waiting – but we are now able to accept American Express payments.

Find out how to update your billing information here.

We will start charging your new card next time we take your monthly payment.

What else have we been doing?

We’re continuing to work on Contactzilla behind the scenes to provide you with the best contact management solution.

We’ve got a few tricks up our sleeve so watch this space for the latest news on new features or visit our support forum to let us know what you want from Contactzilla.