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I had two Plans - Photography and Acrobat - on the same account. I need access to additional apps, so I just upgraded my Photography Plan to "All Apps" which worked fine. When I go to cancel Acobat (since it's included in All Apps, it warns me that I am going to have to pay a cancellation fee. Why? I'm getting access to Acrobat with App Apps, so it should recognize that i'm now in the "all you can eat" plan instead of penalizing me. I would hate to have to cancel All Apps since I'm within the cancellation window.
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Ask the Adobe Customer Care agent to waive your Acrobat cancellation fee since you already upgraded Photography to Full Apps plan.
Thanks - i didn't see the chat icon. Talked to customer support and they sorted it out.
I have the same problem. Where did you find the chat icon? I'm trying to get some contact info for adobe so i can talk to them. I think COVID had slowed their support staff i'd say...
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