I cannot renew my Student subscription.

MORULLO, MANUEL 20 Reputation points
2024-06-19T05:19:42.12+00:00

The credits on my institutional account with Azure Students subscription have expired. I receive a notification to renew them that says:

"Renew to get $100.00 in Azure credits

You have used your credits. Renew now to receive $100.00 in Azure credits."

But when I click it tells me: You do not meet the requirements to renew Azure for Students.

I registered again with the same institutional email and another billing area was created, but it does not have credits and requires me to "update" it by adding a payment method.

I don't know how to renew the subscription and have the $100 again, taking into account that my previous credits have already expired

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  1. Gowtham CP 3,730 Reputation points
    2024-06-19T07:53:09.38+00:00

    Hello MORULLO, MANUEL ,

    Thank you for reaching out on the Microsoft Q&A .

    Once your $100 credit or 12-month period expires, your Azure subscription will be disabled. Unfortunately, renewing with a student email won't be possible. However, you can seamlessly switch to a Pay-As-You-Go subscription via the Azure Account portal.

    For detailed information on post-expiry scenarios, refer to: What happens after I use my $100 credit or I'm at the end of 12 months?

    For queries regarding Azure for Students Starter subscription, reach out to Subscriptions Support.

    Hope this clears things up! Feel free to ask if you have any more questions.

    If the information is useful, please accept the answer and upvote it to assist other community members.

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