Glossary > Involuntary Churn
Involuntary churn occurs when a customer stops using your software without canceling their subscription. It is also known as non-renewal.
The main reason for involuntary churn is that customers aren’t using your product anymore. But there are other reasons: you can lose customers because of technical issues, pricing changes, or bad customer service.
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