PRO EDU Account Types: Streaming & Billing
Written by PRO EDU Support
Updated over a week ago


There are two types of PRO EDU accounts users can create at PRO EDU, a Membership Billing Account and a Learn Account for streaming content that you've purchased and for the PRO PLAN. This article highlights the differences between them and how to start them, access them, and the differences between them.

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What Is A PRO EDU Streaming "Learn" Account?

A Learn account gives you access to whatever you've purchase to stream and download courses and Master Collections here, or at

This account will allow access to the streaming platform and Purchases. To stream videos or view purchased items, please log in HERE on Learn Platform.

Is A PRO EDU Learn Account FREE?


How Do I Create A Learn Account?

A learn account is automatically created when a purchase of an individual product or a PRO Plan Membership is completed. Purchasers will receive an email with a link to access within a few minutes after purchase with log in details.

Why Do I Need A Learn Account?

The learn account is an all-access pass to all the purchases a customer has made, allowing the user to watch the content where it is most comfortable. A learn account is needed to stream the video content via the platform, our mobile applications available in both iOS and Android app stores, on Apple TV, Roku, or Amazon Firestick.

Where Can I Access My Purchase History?

The learn account lets users view past purchases and access purchased content via the My Library tab at the top of the site page.


Can I See My Receipts In My Learn Account?

User receipts are not available on A receipt is emailed to users after each order. If additional copies of a receipt are required, please reach out to [email protected]


What Is A PRO EDU Membership Account

The Unlimited PRO Plan Membership Admin account can be found here with your PRO PLAN email address without the need of a password:

Email [email protected] with any questions.

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