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Hello,

I'm hoping someone can point me in the right direction here. I've been using the free version of Evernote quite happily for a couple of years now - I use the Andrroid app and the Windows application and have not had much of a problem until now. 

 

As of this morning, when I load up the Windows application I get the following screen:image.thumb.png.83a96ae0b307327cbb66e22989b4168a.png

There's no option to continue as a free user, I only have th eoption of signing up for 519 (somethings, don't even know what currency it is) per month or to have a 1 week free trial and then 519 somethings a month. 

Is there no longer a free option? 

I am UK based and nothing has changed on my end from when this worked quite happily yesterday. 

Any pointers appreciated. 

 

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Oh my word...

In my defence, my logic was that it was asking me to pay or do a week's free trial and I assumed that clicking no to the trial would skip straight to the payment obligation. 

Another reminder about the perils of assuming, I fee like a right idiot. 

Thank you bmcl26 both for your help and for delivering it in a neutral way when it would have been easy to slip into pointing out that I'm an idiot. Thank you, all sorted now. 

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1 hour ago, simonconyers said:

Oh my word...

In my defence, my logic was that it was asking me to pay or do a week's free trial and I assumed that clicking no to the trial would skip straight to the payment obligation. 

Another reminder about the perils of assuming, I fee like a right idiot. 

Thank you bmcl26 both for your help and for delivering it in a neutral way when it would have been easy to slip into pointing out that I'm an idiot. Thank you, all sorted now. 

No worries,  I think we have all been there at sometime in our lifetime.  

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A friend is trying to sign up for a free option and is not getting any means to skip past the free trial. She has tried on both her iphone and mac computer. Any suggestions how she might proceed to create a free account without a trial?

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