LinkedIn is the most popular social networking platform worldwide. Sometimes, It gathers headhunters and jobseekers more efficiently than headhunting platforms. LinkedIn is also an excellent platform for networking for own business or for passive job search for people who are already employed but looking for greater opportunities.
A lot of people use a paid subscription to get even better opportunities and get a better job immediately. However, there is no need to use the subscription all the time. So many users try to find out how to revoke the LinkedIn premium service, so they don’t pay extra money for the services they don’t currently use.
You should stop your membership the way you started it in the first place. So, if you use the iOS Linkedin app, you can withdraw the LinkedIn premium via the app manager in the Apple ID menu. Android users can terminate paid membership in the Google Play menu. But if you start your membership from the browser version (no matter which device you used at that time), you can stop it on the LinkedIn website.
If you want a refund, make sure that you stop your membership within 7 days of the subscription. If you are using Google, you can get a money-back if you stop the paid subscription within 2 days after billing.
It’s the most common way to stop your paid membership on this platform. You can use any web browser on any device. Just make sure that you have a stable connection. Follow the next instruction:
You can another way to stop your membership. Follow this path: Me → Settings and Privacy → Account Preferences → Subscription → Manage Subscription → Cancel.
You can renew your paid subscription anytime you want. Use the same instructions to terminate the LinkedIn Premium free trial. It counts as a subscription too, so you can stop it as any other type of paid membership.
If you subscribed to the paid LinkedIn on the official iOS app or by using ApplePay, stick to those guidelines:
That’s how you can revoke the LinkedIn Premium on iPhone and iPad. Make sure that that device runs under the same Apple ID as your original one.
If you start your membership on the official Android app or pay for it with GPay, you can stop your subscription from the Google Play menu. Follow these guidelines to revoke the LinkedIn Premium in the app manager:
That’s how you can withdraw a premium LinkedIn subscription on your Android. If you don’t have this device near you, visit the Google Play website and repeat those steps in your web browser.
Make sure you stop your membership at least 1-2 days before the next billing. All billing dates on LinkedIn synced with UTC (Greenwich) time. If you want to “play it safe”, withdraw the LinkedIn premium account two days before the actual billing date.
Linkedin memberships are refundable within 7 days if you subscribed via the website. If you want to stop LinkedIn premium and get a refund but you Android user, you have only 48 hours. Submit a request via Google Help. If you subscribe to the iOS app, contact Apple support.
Instruction for all Apple devices stays the same: go to Settings and open the AppleID menu. Look for Subscriptions → Active → LinkedIn. Tap on the Cancel button.
The instruction stays the same as on any Android device. Open GPlay and tap on the profile icon. Follow the next path: My Subscriptions → LinkedIn → Manage → Cancel.
You can cancel the LinkedIn Premium only the way that you have subscribed to them in the first place. Go to the website if you start your membership from the browser version. Check the Apple ID settings if you start your membership from the iOS app. If you wish to withdraw your LinkedIn Premium on an Android, go to Google Play and stop the membership in the subscription manager.
Do it at least 1-2 days before the billing date, so you can be sure that you are no longer a paid member. You can also get a money-back if you stop the premium subscription on LinkedIn in 1-2 days on iPhone/Android or 5-7 days on the web version.
All those instructions apply to the trial version too. The system counts a free premium as an already paid membership.