How much does MyWay Route Planner cost?

Why do I have to pay for MyWay Route Planner?

For new users, we offer a plan that allows you to optimize up to 20 stops (locations/addresses) per route absolutely for free. If you need more than 20, you can start your 7-day free trial to try out the full version of MyWay. A full version of MyWay Route Planner helps optimize more stops and provides better optimization algorithms.

Why do I have to pay?

As an app, MyWay Route Planner has a free offer and paid subscription for those who use our app for business or need more stops and functions. As a business, monthly, we pay for app infrastructure, 3rd party services (map provider, address databases, servers), salaries, R&D expenses, etc. We also don't have ads, so we rely on subscriptions to exist and grow. We want everyone to have access to route optimization tools, so we decided to offer 20 stops (locations/addresses) per route for free, and our price is the most affordable on the market. Most of our competitors do not provide any free optimizations, and some provide only between 5 and 10 stops for free. Our main goal has always been to save your time and money on fuel. From our point of view, the app price, which equals 1-2 gallons (3-6 letters) of petrol per month, is not just simply fare; it also can be recovered after only ONE optimization. Also, we have discounts for those who work in non-profit organizations and volunteers so that we can play our part in making this world a better place together.

Premium Options

At this moment, we have two premium options, and prices vary by country:

  1. Premium for 1 month

  2. Premium for 1 year

MyWay Route Planner Pricing

If you find MyWay unsuitable, you can cancel any time during your trial and won't be billed. If you continue using MyWay, the monthly (or annual) subscription will automatically start when your trial ends.

You can cancel your subscription at any time. After canceling, you'll have access to the app for the rest of your billing period, but you won't be billed again.

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