Yes, by default, your VPNSuper subscription on iOS is set to automatically renew. This means your subscription will continue at the end of your current billing period unless you manually disable auto-renewal.

Here's how to avoid unwanted charges:

Turn Off Auto-Renewal at Least 24 Hours Before: To prevent automatic renewal and avoid being charged for the next period, you need to disable auto-renewal at least 24 hours before your current subscription ends.

How to Disable Auto-Renewal:

1. Open the Settings App: On your iPhone or iPad, launch the "Settings" app.

2. Access Your Apple ID Settings: Tap on your name at the top of the screen (it might show your Apple ID email address).

3. Find Subscriptions: Look for a section titled "Subscriptions". Tap on it to view all your active subscriptions, including VPNSuper (if applicable).

Alternate Method (if you can't find Subscriptions):

  • If you don't see "Subscriptions" in your settings, follow these steps:

    • Tap on "iTunes & App Store".

    • Select your Apple ID at the top.

    • Choose "View Apple ID". You might need to sign in if prompted.

    • Scroll down until you find "Subscriptions". Tap on it.

4. Locate Your VPNSuper Subscription: In the list of subscriptions, find the one named "VPN- fast unlimited proxy VPN".

5. Disable Auto-Renewal: Tap on your VPNSuper subscription. You should see an option to "Turn Off Automatic Renewal".  Tap on it to disable automatic renewal for your next billing cycle.

We recommend managing your subscription settings well in advance to avoid any unexpected charges.

Additional Tips:

  • You can't disable auto-renewal directly within the VPNSuper app itself. You need to use your Apple ID settings.

  • You can still use the app's free features even after disabling auto-renewal for your Premium subscription.

  • If you encounter any difficulties disabling auto-renewal, contact Apple Support for assistance.