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Question: The best to cancel my acrobat subscription by avoiding the early cancellation fee

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Jan 29, 2023 Jan 29, 2023

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First of all, I'm living in Canada, so compliance with adobe's North America pricing policies and terms conditions.


I understand that there will be an early cancellation fee triggered if I unsubscribe now in case I missed the first 14 days trial. Also the method of calculating the cancellation fee is descending somehow, i.e. the later I cancel the subscription, the less cancellation fee would be charged. My monthly subscription cost is CDN19.99 before tax.


So the question becomes a math question tho. 

I started my subscription in Oct. 2022, and already paid four months subscription up to now. My early cancellation fee now is CDN89.96. Then how many months more to pay for the subscription so to have the early cancellation charge less than a month subscription cost (CDN23 after tax)? I know there is a table showing the descending numbers of cancellation charge under the canceling subscription topic, indicating the descending trend of this fee charged. But it's a case that takes place in the United States, not in Canada.


I understand this forum is not an official helpdesk of adobe acrobat. I'd appreciate very much if someone may share your experience and/or calculation on the early cancellation issue in answering my question.


BTW. There is no half-year or shorter-than-a-year subscription for adobe acrobat, right?

I couldn't remember the exact length of my subscription made 4 months ago, and found nowhere I may check this info..

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