A LinkedIn premium account can be precisely what you need to run your business💸 or professional life, in the best😎 way possible. And you obviously need to pay some fee annually or monthly to keep this subscription. What if you decide🤔 to immigrate to another continent? Should you leave your account and have another? Absolutely not! Read this article📝 to know how to change billing country🗺️ in LinkedIn.
You will need a LinkedIn premium account if you want to search🔍 for other users without some limitations to grow your network🕸️ if you want to send a lot of InMails.
Now you need to have access to this feature to contact🤝 people🧑🤝🧑 who are not in your connections⛓️ network🕸️.
Sending InMails is one of the best😎 ways you have to expand your network🕸️ and/or present and advertise your business💸, and guess what, it also is a no-pressure item since the recipient has no obligation to accept that invitation.
You also need to subscribe on LinkedIn if you want to use⚒️ the stats features like❤️ seeing the people🧑🤝🧑 who viewed your profile👨💼, you know that you can find🔍 some great lead generators among these users, right?
This section shows you the people🧑🤝🧑 who viewed your profile👨💼 in the last 90 days (this number is limited to the last 5 people🧑🤝🧑 in free accounts).
A subscription also lets you have an open profile👨💼, which lets users outside your network🕸️ be able to find🔍 and message💬 you.
And last but not least is Linkedin Learning. Ever wanted to pass some of those courses LinkedIn offers? Well, you need a premium account to do this. Yes, of course, you have a free trial month, but what then? Do you want to continue that course and get notified📢 of the updates?
What you need is a premium account, and if you want to ever leave in another country🗺️. You need to know how to change billing country🗺️ on LinkedIn.
How to change billing country🗺️ on LinkedIn?
To change the billing country🗺️ in LinkedIn, you need to already have a premium account, you have one? Then the rest is easy,
- open your account,
- Click🖱️ on “Me”, and select “Access my premium”.
- On the opened page, click🖱️ on “Manage subscription” and select “manage payment methods”. A pop-up window will open;
- you can pick🧲 any of the defined methods like❤️ PayPal, ACH, check, Visa, etc., and you can select a new country🗺️ in this box as well.
As Linkedin claims, there are different currencies that you can pay your subscription with:
- Australian Dollars (AUD)
- British Pound (GBP)
- Canadian Dollars (CAD)
- Danish Krone (DKK)
- Euro (EUR)
- Hong Kong Dollar (HKD)
- Indian Rupee (INR)
- Japanese Yen (JPY)
- Singapore Dollar (SGD)
- Swedish Krona (SEK)
- Swiss Franc (CHF)
- United States Dollar (USD)
But to change the currency the only way is to cancel your subscription or wait for your subscription to end so you can purchase a new subscription.
You may say: “Ok, so I have this new payment method; how to delete✂️ the previous one?”
You cannot select a method when it is linked to your active subscribed method; first 🥇, you need to.
If you have canceled your plan, you must wait until the billing cycle’s end. So if everything is ready, just click🖱️ on the “X” next to the selected method and select “Yes, please delete.”
Alright, now that you know how to change billing country🗺️ on LinkedIn, you have much more critical 🖋️ things to worry about before your migration. Finding🔍 a place to stay and be sure that you have a good👌 income is one of the most important🖋️ ones. So good👌 luck!