Apple Music: How To Turn off Auto-Renewal if you Don't Want to Use it

By Vijaykumar Meti

Apple's highly anticipated Music streaming service is finally here! We all know that Apple is offering the first-three-months free trial for its Music service. Later, a paid subscription will be required to access the service.

The service will automatically renew your subscription to the Apple Music once the three-month free trial is over. Thereafter, subscription to the service will cost Rs. 120 per month for individual, and Rs 190 per month for a family with up to 6 users and across many devices.

SEE ALSO: Apple Music Launched, For Rs 120 Per Month: All You Need to Know

For those of you who are not sure of sticking with Apple Music with paid subscription, we suggest you to turn off the auto renewal feature in the Music app. Here is how to turn off the auto renewal feature. Take a look at the simple steps provided in the slider below.

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To disable the auto renewal of the service go to your accounts by taping the little head symbol on the top left of your screen.

Once, you enter the Accounts menu, tap on the View Apple ID.

Once you select the View Apple ID, you will be navigated to another window. Scroll down until you get Manage under Subscription menu.

Now, you will see a list of your subscription. Select Your Membership from the menu.

You will see all the details including your free trial expiry date, and renewal option. You just need to turn off the Automatic Renewal button and select Done on the top right of the menu.

This way you can save yourself from being charged automatically for the Apple Music after the free-trial will get expired. Enjoy your free trial period!


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