Set the subscription to expire in 0 periods. This is the closest method in terms of functionality. This lets the subscription continue to the end of the billing period and charge any accumulated end of period charges. Then billing then stops for that subscription and it enters a state similar to being canceled where it cannot be modified while expired. An expired subscription can be unexpired at a later time to recover it if necessary.
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- How do I change my statement header?
- If I change between the versions of self service portal, do I need to create new login credentials for my customers?
- Can I remove custom fields from a plan, subscription, or product?
- How do I link a customer in Fusebill to one in Salesforce?
- How do I fix a payment I misapplied to invoices?
- How do I cancel a customer's subscription while allowing it to continue to the end of the period?
- Where do I find all transaction information in Fusebill?
- Using advanced taxation, the address is correct, but being rejected.
- What Are Status Messages and What Do They Mean?
- How Does Fusebill Integrate With Accounting Systems?