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ResearchGate +Plus

Using +PlusSubscription Management

Payment Help

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titleIs there a How does the free trial work?

Your +Plus subscription may will start with a 30-day free trial. If your subscription starts with a free trial, your payment method will be automatically charged the applicable fees at  

Until 48 hours prior to the end of your 30-day free trial period, you can cancel your subscription without any payment. You will also receive a reminder email about this 7 days prior to the end of your free trial period

Otherwise, unless you cancel your subscription at least 48 hours prior to you will be automatically charged the applicable fees for the next month at the end of the your free trial period.

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titleDoes my subscription automatically renew?

Yes. If you do not cancel at least 48 hours before your next billing date, your subscription will automatically renew on the same terms as the expiring subscription, unless you have otherwise been given notice of any changes.

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titleHow do I cancel my subscription?

You can cancel your subscription at any time up to 48 hours before your next billing date from your Subscription settings page: 

  1. Log in to your account https://www.researchgate.net/login
  2. Click on the arrow next to your profile picture in the top right-hand corner and click on Subscription
  3. Click Cancel subscription

You will continue to have access to your subscription through to the end of your current billing cycle, at which point your subscription will automatically end.

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titleWhat happens to my subscription if I delete my ResearchGate account is temporarily locked?

If you delete your ResearchGate account is temporarily locked, you will immediately lose access to your subscription, your subscription will automatically be cancelled at the end of your current billing cycle, and there will be no refunds or partial refunds. If your ResearchGate account becomes unlocked, you can sign up again for +Plus.

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titleWhat happens to my subscription if I delete my ResearchGate account is permanently locked?

If you delete your ResearchGate account is permanently locked, you will immediately lose access to your subscription, your subscription will automatically be cancelled at the end of your current billing cycle, and there will be no refunds or partial refunds.

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titleWhat happens if my ResearchGate account is permanently temporarily locked?

If your ResearchGate account is permanently temporarily locked, you will immediately lose access to your subscription, your subscription will automatically be cancelled at the end of your current billing cycle, and there will be no refunds or partial refunds.

If your ResearchGate account becomes unlocked, you can sign up again for +Plus.

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titleIs ResearchGate +Plus available on mobile?

Cancel your subscription at any time up to 48 hours before your next billing date from your Subscription settings page: 

  1. Log in to your account https://www.researchgate.net/login
  2. Click on the arrow next to your profile picture in the top right-hand corner and click on Subscription
  3. Click Cancel subscription

Currently, ResearchGate +Plus is available using a browser on your mobile device. If you have subscribed to +Plus, any readers’ profiles you can see will also be visible to you within the ResearchGate app, and your profile will be shown to authors when you read their work, if applicable. However, no other +Plus features are currently available through the app.

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titleHow do I cancel?

You will continue to have access to your subscription through to the end of your current billing cycle, at which point your subscription will automatically endnot supported by our mobile app, but you can still access +Plus using a browser on your mobile device.