Bluehost Web Hosting Help
Changing Hosting Term
If you have recently signed up for a Bluehost hosting account and would like to change the length of time you have prepaid for, you may contact our billing department to request the term modified.
Changing the hosting term length
To change the account's term simply contact the Billing department. The billing department is available via Phone or by Opening a Ticket in our Help Desk.
Note: Here at Bluehost, we strive to accommodate your needs. However, we may limit the number of times and circumstances in which we can modify an account's term.
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