This article discusses how to cancel a Microsoft 365 membership or totally free trial.
In April 2020, the Microsoft Office 365 membership suite ended up being Microsoft 365, including new and enhanced features, including artificial intelligence, new material and templates, and additional cloud functionality.
How to Cancel Microsoft 365
Here’s how to cancel your Microsoft 365 membership or free trial:
Browse to Microsoft365.com and choose the sign-in icon in the upper-right corner.
Sign in to your Microsoft account.
Select My Account.
Select Services & Subscriptions from the top menu bar.
Next to Microsoft 365, select Manage.
Select Cancel Subscription in the right column.
Select Turn off recurring billing on the next screen to confirm.
A confirmation screen displays and indicates that you turned off recurring billing for the Microsoft 365 subscription.
You retain access to Microsoft 365 until your next renewal date. After that, you aren’t charged, however you lose access to the service.
Refunds are available for Microsoft 365 just under specific circumstances. If you acquired a yearly membership within the last 30 days or have a regular monthly membership. Contact Microsoft customer support to determine if you’re eligible for a refund.
What Happens When You Cancel Microsoft 365?
When you cancel your Microsoft 365 subscription, you retain complete access to the service till your next renewal date.
After you cancel Microsoft 365, you lose access to any bonus offers, such as additional OneDrive storage and Skype minutes, that you might have received as a part of the subscription. You retain access to these perks up until the end of your existing membership term.
After you cancel, and your membership runs out, you can utilize Microsoft 365 in View Only mode. This minimal mode lets you open and print documents, but you can’t make changes or produce brand-new documents.