Do you want to disable?your Apple Music paid renewal after your three month free trial ends? Opting to deactivate your automatic membership is essential if you want to have a peace of mind and evaluate first if this music streaming service is worth your money. Deactivating it right now is also important because you may forget that your free trial membership is near expiration and you might end up paying $9.99 every month for a service that you might not need or want.
You don?t need to go to anyone unfamiliar websites to stop your subscription and you don?t need to be a tech geek to do the deed. You can also keep on using the app even after you have disabled the automatic renewal. Here?s how:
Stop Automatic Membership On Your iOS Device
- Open the app
- Tap the silhouette in the top left corner
- Tap View Apple ID
- Scroll down to Subscriptions and tap Manage
- Tap Apple Music and turn off the automatic renewal.
Deactivate Automatic Membership Using Your Computer
- Go to iTunes and tap the silhouette icon
- Click Account Info
- Go To Settings then select Manage
- Click the Edit button beside the Apple Music Membership
- Tick Off for the Automatic Renewal option
Doing this was easy wasn?t it? If you are convinced that Apple?s music streaming is meant for you but you accidentally turned off the automatic subscription, just follow these steps again and instead toggle ?On? for ?Automatic Renewal?. You can also toggle the family plan at the last step so you and up to five other people can use the service for only $14.99 a month and best of all, you don?t need to use the same Apple ID for each device.
Apple?s music streaming service isn?t the only one that has an automatic membership upon completion of a free trial. Be sure to always check if the free service you are patronizing employs this scheme so you can?prevent unnecessary expenses.
If you want to know about Apple’s music stream service, click this link.