If you have bought Office subscription for the first time and don’t want to use it anymore, then you may stop the re-billing for the same. With the cancellation of the subscription, you also get eligible to claim for the refund within 30 days of your purchase. In case, you have used the subscription for more than 30 days, then you may not get the refund but you can still opt-out from the subscription. If you don’t claim a refund, you can continue to use Office apps until the end of the subscription period.
Before you move forward for cancel or stop re-billing for Office 365 subscription, remember that you will lose all the benefits of your 365 account. You will not be able to access or use OneDrive storage space, not be able to edit or create documents and use free Skype minutes. Also, note that the people who share your Office 365 subscription will also lose access to their Office applications and other benefits associated with it. But just because you signed up for Office once doesn’t mean you’re stuck with the service forever.
Steps to cancel the re-billing of Office 365 subscription
So without wasting much time, let’s discuss the procedure to cancel/stop the re-billing:
- Visit office.com/setup and sign in with your Microsoft account
- Then click on “Services and Subscription” and select Office 365 on the products page.
- Now, tap on the subscription you want to cancel and then click on the option that reads “Payment & Billing”.
- Here, tap on “Cancel” and then hit the option “Confirm cancellation”.
- Now you have to check your email address for the confirmation email.
(Note: If you can’t find the cancel option in your subscription even though if it’s 30 days, make sure if any other Microsoft subscription isn’t due. You are required to pay the balance amount of any other due subscription of Microsoft to cancel another product).
To sum up-
Prepaid subscriptions cannot be canceled; hence if you have made payments using the prepaid card, you can’t cancel or avail refund for you prepaid subscriptions. The cancellation option is only available for the users who have subscribed to the monthly subscription. For more information regarding Office 365 subscription, visit office.com/setup page.
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