Are you tired of Microsoft constantly nagging you to renew your subscription? Maybe you’re ready to cancel your subscription and never deal with them again. Here are some easy ways to cancel your Microsoft subscription.
Things To Know Before Canceling Your Microsoft subscription
If you’re unhappy with the current Microsoft service, it’s time to cancel your subscription. Here’s what you need to know:
Cancel Your Subscription Online: To cancel your online subscription, sign in to My Account at microsoft.com. On the left column, click Subscriptions. In the list of subscriptions, click the subscription you want to cancel. On the Subscription Details page, click Cancel Subscription.
If you cancel your subscription within 30 days of your original purchase date, you’ll receive a full refund. If you cancel your subscription more than 30 days after your original purchase date, you won’t receive a refund, but you won’t be charged any additional fees.
Note: If you cancel your subscription and you have any software updates or product keys associated with that subscription, you’ll need to uninstall the updates and product keys before you can cancel your subscription. You won’t be able to reinstall them afterward.
How To Cancel Your Microsoft Subscription?
If you need to cancel your Microsoft subscription, you will need to follow these steps:
- Go to the Microsoft website and sign in to your account.
- Click on the ‘My Account’ tab on the top menu.
- On the My Account page, click on the Subscriptions link.
- On the ‘Subscriptions’ page, you will see all of your active subscriptions.
- Click on the blue ‘Cancel Subscription’ button next to the subscription you want to cancel.
- A confirmation message will appear asking you to confirm that you want to cancel the subscription.
- Click on the ‘Cancel Subscription button to confirm your cancellation.
Canceling your Microsoft subscription can be a big relief. It can free up a lot of space on your hard drive, and it can help you save money.