The next bill date is the subscription’s billing frequency that is specified at the plan level (monthly, every three months, annual) so that is when the change that is made will take effect. A renewal is the resetting of the term of the subscription, which also corresponds to a billing event. When your customer signs up they agree to a term length which we share more about in our documentation here and when that term ends then, the change that is applied will take effect. For example, if you upgrade an annual plan and apply the change for when the term renews, the plan will be upgraded at the end of the year.
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- Subscription Change Error: "Charges original charge refundable subtotal in cents must be greater than or equal to 0 Please correct the following issues: Invoice base Charges original charge refundable subtotal in cents must be greater than or equal to 0"
- Is there a way to record advanced payments for subscriptions?
- What is the difference between the next bill date and at term renewal date?
- How do I add custom notes to an individual subscription?
- How can I check pending changes via the API?
- What happens when a trial subscription changes plans?
- Can trial periods be added to existing subscriptions?
- Can one-time payments be added to future subscription billings?
- Can we stop a customer's billing moving forward without canceling their subscription?
- Are billing cycle lengths changeable at the customer subscription level?