Wordtune's Billing Policy

Our billing policy in one page

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πŸ‘¨πŸ»β€πŸŽ“ Discount for Students, Educators and Non-profit/NGO employees

Students, educators, and non-profit/NGO employees with free Wordtune accounts are eligible for a 30% discount on Plus and Unlimited Wordtune subscriptions. To qualify, applicants must have a valid .edu email address or proof of current enrollment or employment at an academic institution or non-profit/NGO organization.

πŸ‘¨πŸ»β€πŸŽ“ To apply for this discount, please visit our Discount Page. Please allow 3-5 business days to process your request. For more information, see here.

πŸ‘” Business Accounts

To learn more about our business or enterprise plans, visit our Wordtune Business Plans Page

πŸ’³ Payment Methods

At the moment, Wordtune accepts credit cards, debit cards, and Google Pay and Apple Pay!

How Do I Change My Payment Details?

To change the credit card or debit card used for your Wordtune Plus or Unlimited subscription, please follow the steps below:

  1. Log in to your account.

  2. Navigate to your Account page and click on "Manage plan."

  3. Scroll down to the "Payment method" section.

  4. Click "Change," located next to your current payment method.

  5. Upon clicking "Change," you will be redirected to change payment detail

🧾 Invoices

Invoices can be found by navigating to your Account Page and clicking on Manage plan. Downloadable invoices are located under the section title "Billing".

View your invoice number, invoice status, amount paid (USD $), date created, date of next payment, and a document icon to download your invoice.

↩️ Refunds

We do not offer refunds, however you can cancel your subscription at any time before your billing cycle renews. Navigate to your Account Page, click on Manage plan, and scroll down to the "Billing" section.

☝🏼 Terms of Use

For our full Terms of Use, visit www.wordtune.com/terms-of-use.

If you have any questions, reach out to us by clicking on the messenger icon in the lower-right corner of this screen.

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