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Renew Microsoft Office 365 Subscription

Office 365 Home and Student Membership

Renew Microsoft Office 365 Subscription

Fully Installed Office Applications: –

  • Always You have the latest fully-installed version of Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote, Outlook,
  • Publisher and Access, but capture your thoughts,  you make the best use of a keyboard, pen, or touchscreen.
  • Get a fully established office experience on 5 pcs or Mac, 5 tablets and 5 phones (including Windows, Apple®, and Android ™ devices).
  • App availability and features vary by platform and device

PC: Office, Office, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote, Outlook, Publisher, and Access Office 2016 is

required in Windows 7 or later. With information about 2-in-1 Windows devices, you can trust 2-

in-1 Windows devices, such as Microsoft Surface Pro, as a PC or tablet. For information on

compatible tablets and smartphones

Mac: Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote, and Office 2016 version of Outlook require Mac OS X

10.10 or later for Office 2016.

Windows Tablet: Office of the Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote, Outlook, Publisher and

Access Edition 2016 Windows 8 or later required Office Mobile Application (Word, Excel,

PowerPoint and One-Note) requires Windows 10

Windows Phone: Office Mobile Application (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote, Outlook Mail

and Outlook Calendar) requires Windows 10

IOS: Office for iPad® and iPhone® requires iOS 8.0 or later, iPad Pro® requires Office iOS 9.0 or

later

Android: Office tablets for android can be installed on phones and phones that meet the

following criteria: Android KitKat 4.4 or later versions are running and are ARM-based or Intel

X86 processors.

Some mobile apps for iOS and Android have additional features with Office 365 subscription.

If you need further assistance, Call 1-856-514-8666.

Office 365 automatic renewal

Turn automatic renewal for Office 365

  1. Go to the Services & subscriptions page.
  2. If prompted, sign in with the Microsoft account email and password associated with your Office 365 subscription.
  3. On the Services & subscriptions page, locate your Office 365 subscription.
  4. Do one of the following:
    • If you see a Turn on auto-renew link, choose it to turn auto-renew on.Turn on auto-renew.
    • If you see a Renew link, choose it to renew your subscription. This will also turn auto-renew on.Renew your Office 365 Home subscription.
    • If you purchased the subscription through Best Buy, you’ll see a Manage billing link. Choose it to go to the Best Buy renewal page.Manage billing link used to renew an Office 365 Home subscription that was purchased via Best Buy.
    • If you don’t see any of the links mentioned above, but you do see a renewal date or a notice of an upcoming charge, it means automatic renewal is already turned on and your subscription will renew on the date shown.auto renewal is turned on.
  5. Follow the prompts to set up automatic renewal for your subscription.

Turn automatic renewal off

  1. Go to the Services & subscriptions page.
  2. If prompted, sign in with the Microsoft account email and password associated with your Office 365 subscription.
  3. On the Services & subscriptions page, locate your Office 365 subscription.
  4. Do one of the following:
    • If you see a Turn off auto-renew link, choose it to turn auto-renew off.Link for turning off autorenew for an Office 365 Home subscription.
    • If you see a Cancel link, choose it to cancel the subscription. You might be given the choice to get a refund for unused time. If you choose to get a refund, the subscription will go into reduced functionality mode immediately. Otherwise, you’ll have access to your subscription until it expires.Link to cancel and Office 365 Home subscription.
    • If you see a Turn on auto-renew link, it means automatic renewal is already turned off.This is what an expiring subscription looks like when auto-renew is turned off.
    • If you don’t see an option for Turn off auto-renew or an option for Cancel, and you see Paid with and None, your subscription will end on the date specified in Expires on.If your Office 365 trial was installed on your new PC, it will expire on the date shown
  5. Follow the prompts to turn off automatic renewal. You’ll have access to your subscription until it expires.

If you need further assistance, Call 1-856-514-8666.

Renew Office 365 for business

  • For Office 365 Home, Personal or University, see Upgrade Office 365 for Home.
  • For Office 365 Small Business Premium, Office 365 Small Business or Office 365 Midsize Business, see Office 365 Renew Small and midsized Business Subscriptions.
  • To upgrade using a retail key purchased from a retail store or office 365 partner, see Find and enter your product key for Office 365 for business.

Turn auto-renew on or off

Automatic renewal is turned on by default when auto-renewal is on, your subscription will automatically renew every year on the day of your subscription. If you have your subscription active, you can turn it off again or back in Office 365 Admin Center.

  • Sign in to Office 365 with your work or school account as a global admin. Learn how to sign in.
  • Select the app launcher icon Office 365 app launcher icon in the upper-left and choose Admin.
  • In the Admin Center, select Billing> Membership.
  • To turn on automatic renewal, switch to toggle on ON

You can stop your subscription from renewing automatically by switching the toggle to Off.

Notes:

  • You can change the automatic renewal setting for only active subscriptions. If your subscription has already expired or is disabled, you will need to reactivate it before turning auto-renewal on or off.
  • When auto renewal is stopped, membership is not immediately canceled. It remains active until it finishes. You can see the number of days till the end of the membership card, as shown below.

To learn how to cancel the subscription right away, see Cancel my subscription.

Reactivate and renew an expired subscription

If your subscription expires, you can reactivate and renew it in the Office 365 admin center.

  1. Sign in to Office 365 with your work or school account as a global admin. Learn how to sign in.
  2. Select the app launcher icon Office 365 app launcher icon in the upper-left and choose Admin.
  3. In the admin center, choose Billing > Subscriptions.
  4. For the subscription that is expired or disabled, choose Reactivate.

5. Enter your payment details You can update your existing payment information here.

After submitting your payment details, your membership returns to an active status, and the renewal date extends to either one month or one year depending on your current subscription commitment, if you pay by credit card or bank account , Your credit card or bank account will be taken for the extension If you pay by invoice, you will see an expansion on your next invoice. To ensure that your subscription does not end again, follow the steps to turn on auto-renewal.

Reactivate a subscription if it has been disabled or cancelled

If your membership has been disabled by Microsoft (for example, if you have forgotten your invoice payment), or if you canceled it in the middle of the membership period, then you can reactivate it in the Office 365 Adventure Center can do.

  1. Sign in to Office 365 with your work or school account as a global admin. Learn how to sign in.
  2. Select the app launcher icon Office 365 app launcher icon in the upper-left and choose Admin.
  3. In the admin center, choose Billing > Subscriptions.
  4. For the subscription that is expired or disabled, choose Reactivate.

    IMPORTANT: If you do not see Reactivate as an available action, call Support to reactivate your subscription.

  5. Submit your payment details. You can update your existing payment information here.After you reactivate a cancelled subscription, or a subscription that was disabled because a payment wasn’t received, it returns to an active state. Your renewal date stays the same.

If having Problems? Call 1-856-514-8666 for Support.