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Add new VPN configurations prompt on macOS (November 29, 2017)On November 28, 2017 we released a new version of TunnelBear for macOS that uses a different encryption protocol called IKEv2 alongside our original protocol, OpenVPN. With this change, the app will attempt to connect with both protocols and then use whichever one is faster. This should improve the performance of your app overall. However, in order for us to make this change, upon installing the macOS app or updating your version in-app, you will be prompted to add VPN configurations. If you do not allow the VPN configurations to be added, your app will still connect normally using the original OpenVPN protocol. However, we suggest allowing the new configurations to take advantage of performance improvements, especially your internet speed with the VPN connected, that can result from having both IKEv2 and OpenVPN permitted.
Why should I trust TunnelBear?You can trust TunnelBear for a few reasons. The first is that we make 100% of our revenue from paid subscriptions. We do give a little bit of data away for free, but our hope is that you'll fall in love and give your Bear a forever home! Often, free VPN services will collect your personal/usage data and sell it to third parties in order to make money. TunnelBear will NEVER do this. TunnelBear has a fierce no-logging policy. At no point, and under no circumstances will TunnelBear log or sell your personal/usage data.
Finally, all of our applications are independently code audited to ensure they are consistently in line with the highest standards of security. We’re actually so confident we’re doing everything we can to protect you that we’ve recently published these results here.
What is TunnelBear and how does it work?TunnelBear is the world’s easiest to use VPN (virtual private network) for both consumers and teams. It secures your internet connection through an encrypted tunnel to locations around the world. TunnelBear can be used to protect you and your privacy, hide your real IP address, bypass internet censorship, and to experience the internet as people in other countries experience it. For more information, see here.
What devices will TunnelBear work on?You can use TunnelBear to secure your internet connection on Windows (desktop/laptop), macOS, Android and iOS devices. We also have a browser extension for the Chrome, Firefox and Opera browsers. We do provide instructions for using TunnelBear on Linux, however we only provide limited support for that platform. For more information on operating system versions required to start tunneling securely with your VPN, check out our downloads page.
You cannot use TunnelBear on your Kindle/eReader, Windows mobile devices, Apple/Android TV, gaming systems, or by manually configuring your modem/router.
How many connections am I allowed at one time?Each TunnelBear account allows one person five connections to the TunnelBear network at any time. If you go over the 5 connection limit for your account, you’ll receive a notification in the TunnelBear app and by email.
Need to purchase multiple accounts so that each person in your office or on your team can easily connect to TunnelBear? Take a look at TunnelBear for Teams, our VPN for businesses and teams. Centralized billing and simple administration makes it simple to get an easy to use VPN for everyone. Each person will be able to make five connections to the TunnelBear network at any one time.
If you've received a notice that there are more active connections on your account, you will not be able to make a new connection again for a couple of hours. To make room for new connections, first make sure to disconnect anywhere you do not wish to use TunnelBear. Logging out and back in or trying to make additional connections will only prolong the waiting period.
Once this period expires, you do not need to register the new connection in any way. All you need to do is connect and you'll be browsing privately again.
If you've received a notification that you've made more than five simultaneous connections and you believe that someone else may be using your account, unfortunately the only solution is to change your password to ensure that you have exclusive access. To change your password, go here.
Where can I tunnel to and from? (server list)
What kind of encryption does TunnelBear use?
How much data do free users get?TunnelBear has a great free VPN option that allows unpaid users to use 500MB per month. Your data will renew monthly on the same day you last signed in or signed up. Data that is not used in the previous month does not roll over to the next month. You can see how much data you’ve used within the TunnelBear application, or when you log into your account. If you would like unlimited tunneling for you Bear, check out our pricing here.
Accounts & Payments
How do I upgrade to an unlimited plan?
You can easily get an unlimited, secure VPN account in a few steps. If you have the TunnelBear app open and logged in, simply press the gold "upgrade" button located within the app. If you'd prefer to pay on our website, login online and click on your account. From there, you can upgrade following the prompts.
If you’d like multiple paid accounts for a group of people, check out TunnelBear for Teams, our secure VPN for businesses and groups.
How do I delete my account?If you're no longer happy with your Bear, you can delete your account at any time here. However, if you're running into troubles, don't hesitate to get in touch with our friendly support bears for help. If you still want to delete, please be aware that you can only remove your account if your account has no active subscriptions registered and no remaining unlimited tunneling time. Teams also cannot be self-deleted. If you have an active subscription, or a Teams account, and you'd still like to delete your account, send us an email and we'll help you out!
How much does TunnelBear cost?TunnelBear provides a strong and secure free VPN service for users who only want to tunnel 500MB or less per month. However, to secure all your devices with a bear and get access to unlimited data, we suggest upgrading with one of our paid plans. You can view our pricing here.
If you want to sign up a whole team or get a VPN for your business, you can find information about TunnelBear for Teams here.
Why can't I verify my email?Check your spam folder! If you're still not seeing the verification email, try adding firstname.lastname@example.org to your email contacts. This should allow our emails to bypass your email provider’s spam filters. Once you've done this, try re-sending the email. If you still don't receive it, get in touch with our support bears to verify your email manually.
How do I change my password?
How do I change my email?For most users, you can simply log into your account and select “change email” under the account settings tab. If you are currently paying via PayPal, you cannot change your email while your subscription is active. Get in touch with our support bears if you have an active PayPal subscription and need to change your email.
How do I change my payment information?If you paid with your credit card, log into your account and select the “Subscriptions” tab. Click “Update Payment Details.”
If you paid via PayPal, the Google Play store, or the iOS App store, you need to change your payment details with those specific payment providers. For instructions on how to update payment details with one of those providers, please select the following: Paypal, Apple, Google Play
If you have a TunnelBear for Teams account, you need to change your payment information in the Teams portal. Only team administrators can change payment information. You can find out how to do this here.
How do I change my subscription type?
If you’re currently paying monthly from your credit card, you can upgrade to a yearly subscription by logging into your account and selecting the “Subscriptions” tab. Click “Change or cancel my subscription” and follow the prompts. The amount you end up paying for your yearly subscription will be prorated, meaning you will be refunded any unused tunneling time from your monthly subscription.
If you paid via Android or iOS and would like to change your subscription type, contact our friendly Support Bears for assistance.
If you'd like to switch from a personal account to a TunnelBear for Teams account, see this article for more information.
How do I cancel my subscription?If you paid with your credit card, log into your account and select the "Subscriptions" tab. Click "Cancel" and run through the steps. You should receive a confirmation email when the cancellation has been processed.
If you have an iOS subscription, see this article for instructions on how to cancel. If you have a Google Play subscription, check out this article instead.
If you have a TunnelBear for Teams account, head here for instructions on cancelling your account. Please note that only administrators can cancel a TunnelBear for Teams account.
Why can't I see my unlimited data after upgrading?
If you can’t see your upgrade showing on your account, try logging out and then back in to refresh things. Additionally, please make sure you’re logging in with the appropriate account.
If you paid via the iOS Appstore, try restoring purchases by clicking the “Upgrade” button on your iOS device and selecting the “Restore Purchases” button. If the purchase does not restore, you should see an error noting the email address the account is under. Log in with that account instead.If you still can’t see your upgrade, contact our friendly Support Bears for further help.
Where can I download the latest version of TunnelBear?To start tunneling securely with your private VPN right away, simply head over to our downloads page to grab the latest version of the TunnelBear app or browser extension.
How do I resolve connection issues?Running into an un'bear'able connection issue? No worries, we'll do our best to make sure that TunnelBear is working properly for you.
First, if you are able to connect to a tunnel within the application, head over to bearsmyip to confirm if you are connected properly. If the location displayed matches the one selected in TunnelBear, then you should be good to go. Additionally, please make sure to check out our Twitter page to see if we are doing any scheduled maintenance.
If there is no down time being reported on Twitter, and you aren't able to confirm a successful connection at bearsmyip, try to turn TunnelBear off, reboot your device, and then reconnect with TunnelBear. Oftentimes, simply restarting things can fix most issues.
If the problems persist, before reaching out to our Support Bears, we always advise running through some of the basic troubleshooting steps first:
Browser Extension Troubleshooting
Ensure that other applications aren't interfering
Check to make sure that you aren't running any other VPN services; they can potentially interfere with your ability to connect. Additionally, if you are running any third party security applications, try temporarily disabling them to see if they are interfering.
Test another network
Try connecting to TunnelBear on another network to see if you can connect. This can let you know if the issue might possibly lie with the router or network you are using.
Re-install the application
Uninstall TunnelBear (as you would normally uninstall any application), reboot your device, and then head here to grab the latest version of the app.
Make sure the proper ports are opened
If you have access to your network/router settings, we always recommend to make sure that the ports TunnelBear uses to operate aren't blocked.
Windows and macOS have two tunnelling protocols available for the latest versions of the app. OpenVPN (also used by Android) and IKEv2 (also used by iOS). These two protocols will need different ports opened in order to work:
1. OpenVPN needs port 443 (both TCP and UDP) to be unblocked. If a connection via port 443 is not successful, the application will try to connect using port 7011 (UDP only). If you're using the GhostBear feature, Windows uses port 3389, all other platforms use port 6418 (both TCP and UDP).
2. IKEv2 needs UDP ports 500 and 4500 to be unblocked. Additionally, some routers have an "IPSec/IKEv2 Pass-Through" setting which opens the ports required for the VPN connection to operate.
Turn on TCP Override
If your connection seems slow or unstable, TCP Override may result in better performance. This feature is located in your TunnelBear preferences, under the general tab. If you already have TCP Override on, try turning it off to see what impact it has on your connection.
Ensure that the TunnelBear browser extension is off
Make sure that you are not running the TunnelBear browser extension at the same time as the TunnelBear application, they can potentially interfere with one another.
Try turning on GhostBear
If you are connecting from a country with strict censorship, we recommend to give GhostBear a try. You can locate this feature in your TunnelBear preferences, under the security tab. GhostBear makes it harder for the VPN connection to be detected and blocked. Please be aware, GhostBear should only be enabled in cases of censorship; otherwise we advise to keep this feature off.
Reinstall the VPN profile
1. First, make sure that TunnelBear is OFF
2. Click on the menu button (three horizontal lines) in the top left corner of the TunnelBear app
3. Click on Reinstall Profile
4. You will be given the option to 'Choose a way to tunnel'
5. Follow the prompts
Ensure that your device isn't jailbroken
Customizing your device's operating system can change important system settings. These changes can sometimes prevent TunnelBear from working correctly. We recommend using a non-jailbroken device to prevent such issues.
Make sure your device isn't running custom/rooted firmware
Customizing your device's operating system can change important system settings. These changes can sometimes prevent TunnelBear from working correctly. We recommend using a stock ROM to prevent such issues.
Disable any third party apps
If you are running any third party battery or memory saving applications, try disabling them to see if they might be interfering with your connection.
Try turning on GhostBear
As with Windows and Mac, if you are connecting from a country with strict censorship, we recommend to give GhostBear a try (located in the TunnelBear preferences). GhostBear makes it harder for the VPN connection to be detected and blocked. Please be aware, GhostBear should only be enabled in cases of censorship; otherwise, we advise to keep this feature off.
Browser Extension Troubleshooting
Disable any third party extensions
Make sure other extensions, especially ones that provide a similar function to TunnelBear, are disabled while trying to connect. The TunnelBear browser extension is designed to detect if a conflicting extension is present in the majority of cases. However if you discover that a specific extension is causing an issues with TunnelBear, try turning it off to confirm. Then please let us know.
Clear your browser's cache and cookies
1. For instructions on how to clear your cache/cookies in the Chrome browser, head here.
2. For instructions on how to clear your cache/cookies in the Opera browser, head here.
3. For instructions on how to clear your cache/cookies in the Firefox browser, head here.
Ensure that your browser allows cookies
The TunnelBear browser extension uses a standard cookie to ensure that you are authenticated throughout both the extension and website. Please make sure that your browser is not configured to delete cookies automatically when exiting the browser. Additionally, please ensure that any third party cleaner/privacy extensions are not set to automatically remove browser cookies. Lastly, ensure that cookies are enabled in the browser settings.
1. For more details on how to manage cookies in the Chrome browser, head here.
2. For more details on how to manage cookies in the Opera browser, head here.
3. For more details on how to manage cookies in the Firefox browser, head here.
Make sure that the TunnelBear desktop application is off
Please make sure that you aren't running the TunnelBear application while the TunnelBear browser extension is already on. Only one is designed to be connected at a time.
Why is my Bear slow?When TunnelBear is ON, your data has to pass through our secure and encrypted VPN servers before it can access the content you wish to ‘bear’owse, and deliver it back to you. It’s common for there to be a small amount of speed loss in the process. That said, there are several reasons why you might be experiencing more significant speed loss when using TunnelBear.
Common Causes of Speed Loss
Your physical location matters. The farther away you are from the tunnel you are trying to use, the farther your data has to travel. For example; if you live in Australia, connect to a US Tunnel, and access content in Japan, then your Bear has a fair amount of digging to do! Try tunneling to a country closer to where you are located to see if your connection speed improves at all.
Some ISPs may try to throttle or slow encrypted traffic coming from your network. If possible, we recommend trying TunnelBear out on another network to see if your speeds improve.
Additional VPN services
We don't recommend running more than one VPN service at a time. Installing software from other VPN providers can alter or conflict with TunnelBear’s optimal settings. Try removing or completely disabling similar software before using TunnelBear.
Other third party apps
To optimize your tunneling experience, please make sure that other apps that typically transfer large amounts of data over the network connection are disabled (ie: cloud backup/file syncing services, background updates). Additionally, try disabling any third party security apps you might have installed (just temporarily), to ensure that they aren’t interfering with TunnelBear.
Still experiencing speed problems? Then we recommend to specifically try some of the following steps - they might get things moving more quickly for you.
Try switching to another network
As mentioned, ISPs are a common cause of speed issues. If you are using a portable computer or mobile device, try switching to another wifi or mobile network to see if it helps. If you are using a desktop computer, try switching from a wifi connection to a wired connection (or vice-versa).
Try switching to another tunnel
Sometimes, it may be that the tunnel location you’ve chosen in the app has received a sudden influx in traffic. We automatically add new servers in most locations in response to high demand, and TunnelBear should connect you to the best performing server based on the country you’ve chosen, though it sometimes takes a few minutes for our network to catch up to the sudden increase in traffic. While we adjust, try switching to another tunnel to see if your speeds improve.
If available, try our Auto Tunnel feature. Auto Tunnel will connect you to the fastest tunnel available, based off of all servers across the TunnelBear network.
Enable TCP Override (Windows, Mac)
If your ISP is throttling VPN connections, or you are connecting via an unreliable network, TCP Override might help. TCP Override will force the TunnelBear app to use a slower but more reliable protocol which may result in better performance on a choppy connection. This feature is located in your TunnelBear preferences within the app. If you don’t see any improvement, then we recommend disabling this feature.
Try toggling GhostBear (Windows, Mac, Android)
GhostBear is designed to make TunnelBear even more resistant to internet censorship by scrambling your VPN traffic, so that it is harder for your ISP or Government to detect and block the VPN connection. You can locate this feature in your TunnelBear preferences in the app. While GhostBear is a good indicator of whether your ISP is throttling or blocking your connection, it can also slow things down a bit. If you are already able to connect to TunnelBear without using this feature or it does not immediately improve your connection speed, we recommend keeping GhostBear OFF.
Does TunnelBear protect against DNS leaks?Yes. A DNS leak is a privacy and anonymity threat that can allow your ISP to see and monitor your online activity even when you have a VPN tunnel established.
The TunnelBear's secure VPN service automatically ensures that all traffic from your computer, including DNS, is sent through the VPN tunnel as soon as it is established. Our servers handle all DNS requests. There are no additional steps required to “enable” DNS leak protection - you're already secure when you connect to our encrypted tunnels.
When you connect to TunnelBear and go on dnsleaktest.com (or a similar service/website), you'll only see one IP address reported back to you in the results. This IP address should match the IP address of the VPN server you're currently connected to. To make sure, head over to bearsmyip.com and compare the results shown there with that of the DNS leak test. If the IPs match, then your DNS is not leaking.
Also, take a look at our blog post which goes into more detail about DNS and how TunnelBear handles it!
Does TunnelBear work with tethering?Yes, but TunnelBear needs to be active on each device that you want to keep encrypted. The technical explanation is that VPN protocols and tethering operate on different network layers. Even if you have TunnelBear active on your primary device (iPhone/Android), the data from the tethered device will go outside the tunnel and NOT be secured.
For example: Let's say you have phone and a computer and you want to browse securely on both. You’ll need to put TunnelBear on both the computer and the phone. If you put TunnelBear only on the phone, the data from your tethered computer will not go through the phones tunnel.
We recommend that you install and connect to TunnelBear on each device you want the TunnelBear VPN to protect. You can download the latest version of TunnelBear for any supported device here.
Why does TunnelBear want me to install a helper tool on macOS?The helper tool is part of the TunnelBear VPN on macOS. It helps your Bear create a stable connection to our secure VPN servers. When you’re not using TunnelBear, the helper tool also ensures all of your internet settings are returned back to normal.
You’ll be required to enter your computer’s administrator password to allow TunnelBear to install the helper tool. If you're not the administrator on your device, you may need the administrator to approve the installation. Please be aware, this is different from your TunnelBear account password (it should be the password you use to log on to your computer). Please make sure to select "Install Helper" when prompted.
How do I uninstall TunnelBear?Uninstalling TunnelBear from your device should be an easy process. Please take a look at the links below for instructions on how to uninstall the app. Please note: we advise that you do not use 3rd party uninstaller tools to complete the uninstallation, these tools can sometimes cause some unintended problems.
Also, it’s important to note that uninstalling your app doesn’t cancel a paid subscription. If you have a paid subscription, you need to cancel it separately for the payments to stop. Instructions for cancelling can be found here.
For instructions on how to delete TunnelBear from your Windows device, please check out this article.
For detailed instructions on how to uninstall apps on your Mac computer from Apple, see this article.
To delete TunnelBear on your iPhone or iPad, simply press and hold down the TunnelBear application until all of your apps begin to wiggle. A small “x” should appear in the top left corner of the apps that can be deleted from your device. Tap the “x” on the TunnelBear app to delete it.
For instructions on how to delete TunnelBear from your Android device, please see check out this article.
Browser Extension (Chrome/Opera)
1. For instructions on how to manage and delete your Chrome extensions, head here.
2. For instructions on how to manage and delete Opera extensions, head here.
3. For instructions on how to manage and delete Firefox add-ons, head here.
What's the difference between the browser extension and the desktop applications?TunnelBear for Chrome, Firefox, and Opera are light-weight browser extensions/add-ons that secure your browser traffic and help you browse privately as if you're in another location. The browser extensions only encrypt your traffic for that particular browser, unlike the TunnelBear desktop and mobile apps, which encrypt all traffic from the device (including apps and services outside of the web browser).
For maximum privacy, we recommend using the TunnelBear application for Windows, Mac, Android, and iOS. However, if you spend all of your time in the browser, and ease-of-use is your priority, then the TunnelBear browser extension or add-on should more than meet your needs.
I can't check the 'I trust this application' checkbox!If you have certain third party apps downloaded; such as screen filters, battery savers, or launching apps; they may interfere with your ability to select the 'I trust this application' checkbox. Some of these apps include Twilight, Rotation Manager, Dodol Launcher, and Juice Defender. Turning these applications off briefly will allow you to select this checkbox. Once that is done, you can turn those apps back on, and TunnelBear should function properly.
Why can't I access the content I want with TunnelBear?TunnelBear's core service has always been to help you stay private and secure online. That said, certain websites or providers will try to block users that appear to be using a VPN from accessing their content. Our Bears always dig their hardest to get around these restrictions, however we're not able to guarantee access to every site or app you might want to use. However, there are a few tips we can suggest to help your Bear put their best paw forward in these situations!
Make sure you are connected properly
While TunnelBear is ON and connected to a tunnel, head over to bearsmyip to confirm if you are connected properly. If the location shown matches the one you chose in the TunnelBear app, then you should be good to go. If you're not connected properly, check out this article for help with connection issues.
Try switching TunnelBear OFF and back ON again
It is possible that a couple of our IP addresses are inevitably blocked by a specific website or service. We recommend to try toggling TunnelBear OFF and back ON again, or selecting another tunnel location, in order to get a different IP address.
Clear your browser’s cache and cookies
It's possible that your cache/cookies might have some old location information stored in them that the website/service is able to pick up. Try clearing your cache/cookies to see if that sorts out the issue. For instructions on how to clear your cache/cookies, select the relevant browser: Chrome, Firefox, Safari (on Mac), Safari (on iOS), Internet Explorer, and Opera
Disable browser tracking
Some websites will ask for access to your real location in order to bring you more relevant information. Most mainstream browsers provide location tracking in order to approximate your exact location regardless of IP address. Try disabling these services in your browser. To disable browser tracking, please select the browser you use: Chrome, Firefox, Safari, and Opera
Access content while browsing privately
Bypass location tracking on a temporary basis by opening the desired content in an Incognito or Private Browsing window. This means that any locally stored data (such as your cache or cookies) won't be able to be accessed by the content provider. For instructions on how to browse privately with your browser, please check out the following: Chrome, Firefox, Safari (on Mac), Safari (on iOS), Internet Explorer, and Opera
Disable location services on your device
Location services will allow location-based apps and websites to use information from cellular, Wi-Fi, and Global Positioning System (GPS) networks to determine your approximate location. You can disable location services as follows:
1. For Windows take a look at this article.
2. For Mac OS X take a look at this article.
3. For iOS take a look at this article.
4. For Android take a look at this article.
iOS and Android Troubleshooting
If you're trying to use a mobile app (other than your web browser) that has content only available to people in certain regions or countries, we recommend to try the following for both iOS and Android devices.
Turn TunnelBear OFF
Log out of the app you’re having issues with
Force close the app (instructions here)
Turn TunnelBear ON
Launch the other app and try again
Turn TunnelBear ON
Return to your home screen
Tap the ‘App Drawer' shortcut on your home screen (the button that brings up all of your apps)
Select 'Settings', then select 'Applications'
Locate the app you’re having problems with
Select 'Clear data & cache'
Launch the other app and try again
TunnelBear for Teams
How do I create a new team?Head over to our sign-up page to get your team started. It only takes a couple minutes!
How do I add new team members?
What is domain sign-up?Domain sign-up allows you to easily add team members by pre-authorizing your email domain, so that anyone with an email address from that domain is automatically added to your team when they sign up (for example: your website is www.grizzlybearcorp.com and email@example.com could sign up automatically). You can turn this feature on or off at any time from your account. However, please be aware that common shared domains (i.e. gmail.com, hotmail.com) are not eligible for domain sign-up.
Can I convert my individual account to a Teams account?
Of course! Just sign-up for a teams account here, and your individual account will automatically be converted into a Teams account. If you are creating the team yourself, you’ll be registered as the team administrator by default.
If you are asked to join a team by someone else, your individual account will be converted to a Teams account right away and your administrator will start footing the bill (lucky you!). If you paid via credit card on our website, your card will immediately be refunded any time remaining on your individual subscription and that subscription will be cancelled.
If you paid via PayPal, iTunes, or GooglePlay for your individual account, unfortunately we cannot refund you automatically. However, if you get in touch with our friendly support bears, they’ll be able to sort out your account!
How much does TunnelBear for Teams cost?
How often does my team get charged?
Your account will be charged once per year. You can find this date on your annual invoice. For any new team members added after your initial yearly payment, you will be billed a yearly prorated charge for each new team member on the week that you add them to your team.
Before we charge your account, we’ll apply any credits you’ve received from deactivating team members. These credits will appear as a discount on your invoice. If you’ve removed Team members from your account and you’d like to check your credit balance, please get in touch with us.
Can I add new team members at any time?
After your team subscription has started, you can still add someone new. Instead of paying for a full year, you’ll only be charged a prorated amount based on the remaining time left for the year. To keep things in one simple bill, you will be billed the difference between the new team members’ start date and your annual billing date. You'll see this charge on your card the week that the new team member accepts their invite to the team.
Here’s a quick example:
Bears Inc. set up their Team on March 1st. They have 13 members on their team and are charged $897 ($69 x 13 members).
Two months later, 6 new people start at the company and accept an invite to TunnelBear for Teams. That week, Bears Inc. is charged a prorated amount for the 10 months remaining before their next annual billing cycle. This results in a charge of $344.81 ($57.47 x 6 members).
The following March 1st (one year after Bears Inc. set up their team), Bears Inc. is charged the full cost of all currently active team members: $1311 ($69 x 19 members).
What happens when I remove a team member?When you remove a team member, they will be notified that they have been removed from your team and they will have the option to convert to an individual consumer account. As for your billing, we don't think it's fair that you should continue to pay for team members who leave part way through your yearly subscription. When you deactivate a team member, we'll credit you for their remaining subscription time. This credit will be applied to the next payment you make.
Can my team use a dedicated/static IP?
How do I change my team payment information?You can update your payment details at any time from within your account.