A subscription for Kaspersky Secure Connection Extended is the purchase of the right to use the application according to specific parameters (for example, subscription expiration date, number of devices). You can order a subscription for Kaspersky Secure Connection from a service provider (for example, on Google Play or the App Store).
You can manage your subscription via your personal account page on the service provider's website (for example, via your Apple account or Google Account).
Before buying a subscription, you can try the trial version of Kaspersky Secure Connection Extended free of charge. The trial version of Kaspersky Secure Connection Extended remains functional during a short trial period. When the trial period ends, you will be charged for a subscription. If you do not want to use Kaspersky Secure Connection Extended, you must cancel the subscription before the trial period ends.
A subscription can be renewed automatically or manually. An auto-renewed subscription automatically renews at the end of each subscription period until you cancel it. A manually renewed subscription must be renewed at the end of each subscription period. After your subscription for Kaspersky Secure Connection Extended expires, you may be offered a grace period, during which you can continue using the application without limitations. If you don't renew your subscription by the end of the grace period, the application will switch to the standard version. To switch back to the extended version, buy a new subscription.
Important: Buying a license or ordering a subscription for Kaspersky Secure Connection Extended does not cancel your other subscriptions that include Kaspersky Secure Connection Extended. To avoid additional charges, make sure you have canceled or disabled autorenewal for subscriptions that you don’t need.
Cancel a subscription for Kaspersky Secure Connection Extended or switch to manual renewal