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.
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!