How to turn on renew my MSN billing?
Turn on renew MSN Billing for your Microsoft subscription:
When renew my MSN billing option is turned on for Microsoft subscription. You’ll be able to billed for your subscription on your renewal date.
- Sign in to Microsoft account with your credentials.
- Click on “Services & Subscriptions” now.
- If you have more than one Microsoft account. Sign in only into your account carefully.
- Make sure you’re signing in with the one that applies to the subscription you want to set up recurring billing for.
- After locate into the subscription you’d like to set up with recurring billing.
Note: If you can’t find the recurring billing option on the list, it might be a subscription from a third party. Contact them directly at +1-877-701-2611 (toll-free) for managing your subscription and billing.
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- Click on Turn on recurring billing.
- If you see an upcoming payment date next to your subscription, you already have recurring billing turned on and you don’t have to do anything else.
- If your subscription has already expired, select Renew to renew your subscription. Renew my MSN billing will be turned on automatically and now you renew your subscription.
- If you see Paid with pre-paid card next to the subscription expiration date, you paid for the subscription with a pre-paid code and you can’t turn on recurring billing. You can also buy a new one at “Microsoft Store” when the subscription expires.
- You will receive an email that confirms recurring billing. If you don’t find it in your inbox, check your junk mail or spam folder.
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