We've changed your active CrashPlan for Home subscriptions so that they all expire on the same date: the end date of your longest subscription. In other words, if you have multiple subscriptions, we've extended all your subscriptions to match the longest subscription time you have remaining. This includes the 60-day subscription extension we're granting to all CrashPlan for Home customers.
Articles in this section
- Can I keep using CrashPlan for Home?
- Can I renew my existing CrashPlan for Home subscription?
- Where do I find the expiration date for my subscription?
- What if my subscription has expired?
- I'm in the middle of a free trial. What do I do?
- I'm using the free version of CrashPlan. What do I do?
- Can I continue to add devices to my CrashPlan for Home family subscription?
- Can I switch to a new backup provider immediately without waiting for my subscription to end?
- Can I cancel my CrashPlan for Home subscription for a refund?
- What happens if I have multiple CrashPlan for Home subscriptions?