Pricing & Billing FAQ

 

Q: How much does it cost to connect with a Tutor.com tutor?

Tutor.com offers several flexible plans to fit your study style and need for tutoring from month to month. Full details are available on our Pricing page.

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Q: Do I have to use my entire hour in a session?

No. The average session is about 20-25 minutes long, but you can work with a tutor for as long as you need — whether it's for five minutes or an hour.

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Q: Do I have to sign a long-term contract?

Not at all! Tutor.com offers monthly subscriptions, meaning we will charge your credit card each month. You can cancel your account at any time. If you do cancel, we will not charge your card again.

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Q: Can I change my plan whenever I want?

Yes, you can upgrade or downgrade your plan whenever you want—just click "View or change your plan" on your Account page. Upgrades take effect immediately, and downgrades take effect on your next monthly billing cycle.

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Q: Can I cancel my plan at any time?

Yes, you can cancel at any time. If you choose to cancel, you'll be able to finish your current month, and we will not charge your card again.

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Q: Can I just put my plan on Hold?

You may want to temporarily put your billing plan on Hold instead of canceling. Just click "View or change your plan" on your Account page, then choose "Put your Monthly Plan on Hold." You can select a new billing date up to three months from today, and you can continue to use Tutor.com for as long as you have minutes on your account.

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Q: Which forms of payment are accepted?

A credit card is required to open a subscription with Tutor.com. We accept Visa, MasterCard, American Express, and Discover. You must have a U.S. or Canadian billing address when purchasing a plan.

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Q: What happens to my unused minutes from month to month?

Any unused time will roll over indefinitely from month to month. If you cancel your plan, you can use your minutes until your current billing month ends.

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