How To Cancel G Suite in Three Steps With DoNotPay
Google has changed the name of G Suite to Google Workspace, but the products stayed the same. Google Workspace is a collection of products that Google developed and marketed, including collaboration tools, cloud computing, and more.
The platform has over six million customers, and the number is continually on the rise.
If you are one of the six million, but you want to stop being a paying member of Google Workspace, DoNotPay can help you cancel this service fast and easy.
How To Cancel G Suite With DoNotPay
DoNotPay will enable you to cancel your G Suite subscription in three steps and under three minutes. After we cancel your membership, we will inform you via email. It will take not more than 48 hours for us to cancel your subscription.
To cancel, open DoNotPay in your web browser and follow this guide:
- Sign in to your account
- Open Find Hidden Money feature
- Enter G suite as the service you want us to cancel for you
|Can You Cancel Via||Yes/No|
How To Cancel G Suite by Yourself
To cancel your Google Workspace account, you’ll need to access the Google Admin Console. After you cancel your monthly Flexible Plan, the auto-renewal will stop, and Google will sign you out of the Admin Console.
To cancel Google Workspace, follow these steps:
- Sign in to Google Admin Console
- Click on the hamburger bar in the top left corner of your home page
- Select Billing
- Tap on Subscriptions
- Select your subscription and click on Cancel Subscription
- Click on Continue
- Hit Yes, I am sure to confirm
What Will Happen After You Cancel Your Google Workspace Subscription?
After you cancel your Google Workspace membership, all the data and user accounts from Google Workspace will be deleted. You won’t be able to restore the data and accounts. Before you cancel your Google Workspace subscription, save the information that’s important to you. The process applies to:
- Gmail messages
- Google Calendar events
- Content from Google +
- Files from Google Drive
When you sign in to your account again, after you’ve canceled it, Google will prompt you to enable Cloud Identity, which is a free service. Once you accept Cloud Identity, you’ll be able to keep your organization’s Google account and use the Admin Console. This service will have its limitations.
What Are the Most Popular Alternatives to Google Workspace?
After canceling Google Workspace, you may be inclined to check out similar services. Find out what are the most popular alternatives to G Suite in the table below:
|Office 365 Business||Start at $5/user/month||
|Zoho Workplace||Start at $3/user/month billed annually||
|Rackspace||Start at $2.99/month||
DoNotPay Will Monitor Your Unused Subscriptions and Cancel Them on Your Behalf
With DoNotPay, you’ll be able to monitor all your active subscriptions. This is important because you might waste your money on services you don’t use and aren’t even aware of.
Around 84% of Americans spend approximately $240 per month on subscriptions they don’t know about. If you suspect that you have some unwanted charges, we can help you get rid of them.
After you connect your email or bank account to DoNotPay, our app will:
- Detect and list all your subscriptions
- Point out the ones you don’t use but pay for
- Cancel them for you
Is There Anything Else That DoNotPay Can Do Regarding Legal and Administrative Issues?
DoNotPay can be your personal assistant and continue canceling an array of services for you—Office 365, for example. This isn’t the whole picture of what DoNotPay can do for you, though.
- Canceling other subscriptions and memberships
- Getting a refund from any company
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