If you’ve read our article on LinkedIn Premium, you know about all of the great features you can get with a subscription to a LinkedIn.com Premium account. But if you’ve signed up and then realized you don’t need all of the added features, or if you’ve already used LinkedIn to find a job, you may not need to pay for LinkedIn anymore, and simply want to leave your online resume up. If you need to learn how cancel LinkedIn Premium, you’ve come to the right place.
Do you want a little more detail for each step? Check out our detailed set of instructions below (with images) so you can understand each step a little better.
Any web browser will do the trick, so use your favorite web browser and enter www.linkedin.com in the address bar. Then, make sure you sign into your LinkedIn account.
Hover your mouse over your profile picture in the top-right corner of the screen, and then click Manage on the drop-down menu, listed beside “Account: Premium.”
Find the blue link on the page labelled “Cancel Subscription” and click on it.
From a list of options on the page, click a bubble to choose a reason for why you are cancelling your LinkedIn Premium subscription. When you’re done, click Continue.
On the final page, click Cancel My Subscription. Once you do that, your subscription to Premium will be finished.
And that's how you cancel your subscription to LinkedIn Premium. If you want more information on what you’ll be missing once you cancel your account, check out our article on what LinkedIn Premium is. If you’re looking to get rid of your LinkedIn account for good, check out our step-by-step tutorial on how to delete your LinkedIn account.
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