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Hello, I just wanna know if i can also extend quarterly account , or is that just for yearly and monthly?

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According to Grumpity, if you already have a quarterly payment plan, you may keep it.  If not, no.

"Premium prices are going up on June 24.  Starting June 3 and until June 24,  Premium accounts have 3 weeks to pre-pay an additional cycle of premium at the old rates.  Best deal is, of course, prepaying for annual regardless of your current level. We hope you can take advantage of it. If you’re paying quarterly today, you can continue as quarterly. We will no longer offer it to new premium signups.  With the new prices, VAT will be charged on monthly and quarterly but not annual (of course only in the countries where VAT applies)."
 

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On 5/30/2019 at 8:56 PM, Rolig Loon said:

According to Grumpity, if you already have a quarterly payment plan, you may keep it.  If not, no.

"Premium prices are going up on June 24.  Starting June 3 and until June 24,  Premium accounts have 3 weeks to pre-pay an additional cycle of premium at the old rates.  Best deal is, of course, prepaying for annual regardless of your current level. We hope you can take advantage of it. If you’re paying quarterly today, you can continue as quarterly. We will no longer offer it to new premium signups.  With the new prices, VAT will be charged on monthly and quarterly but not annual (of course only in the countries where VAT applies)."
 

Oke  ty but i tried to extent my quarterly with another 4 months, i don`t know how

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You have to wait until they publish the offer to pre-pay for a period at the old rate.  That should happen today or tomorrow.  Then you will have until June 24 to lock in one more quarter (three months, not four) at the old rate.

But you really should consider going annual.  It's cheaper, and you don't have to pay VAT tax on it, if you're subject to that.

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