Learn how upgrade, downgrade, or cancel your SQLizer plan.
It just takes 5 quick steps to switch SQLizer plan, we let you do it yourself - with a few clicks. Change your plan any time:
‘How to’ steps
First up, you’ll need to sign into your SQLizer account with your email address and password.
Next, click on your email address in the top navigation to visit your account page.
Clicking “Change Plan” lets you choose a different SQLizer plan.
If you’re moving from free to a paid plan, you’ll need to enter a valid payment card.
Click “Switch plan” and the changes are made instantly.
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