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Accidently Hit "Free Trial" Option

Hi, my company uses O365 which includes the free tier of Power Automate that can be accessed through the browser. When going through the interface I noticed the new (to me) Desktop Flow option, not realizing the Power Automate Desktop was only for paid tiers of the RPA solution. I accidently hit Free Trial where that option was, and now I'm worried that I signed onto something I'm not authorized to do for my company. I need to understand what the parameters of the Free Trial are, when it expires, and what happens after the free trial expires, e.g. I want to make sure my company isn't invoiced for the service or automatically enrolled in a paid tier after the free trial expires. Any help is greatly appreciated

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There is nothing to worry much, you will not be billed for the trail licenses present in your tenant(organization). You will be only billed for the paid licenses.


The trail period usually will be there for a period of 2-3 months after which it expires, before the expiration date you will get email to purchase a paid subscription. If you wish you can opt for a paid license or you can just ignore.


If you wish to cancel the subscription ask your admin or someone with Global Admin access to follow below steps.


--> Login to Office Portal by visiting the link ( from here you can navigate to office admin center


--> Under billing --> click on Your Products here you will be able to see the list of licenses that are active in your tenant --> Select the plan that you have accidentally registered for and you will able to see a dashboard as below.


admin dashboard.PNG


Here you can click on cancel subscription to cancel the trail license that you have opted for.


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