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How to use currently existing credit on my account to renew plan?

To renew your plan, you can either use the FAX.PLUS credit you have already purchased or automatically have us deduct the amount needed for plan renewal from your default payment method.

To use your currently existing credit for renewing your plan, you simply need to ensure that you have sufficient credit available in your account.

<span class=“info”>If you do not have sufficient credit available, the required subscription amount will be deducted from your default payment method.</span>