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How do I cancel my subscription billed through Apple iTunes?

You can cancel your subscription (including free trials) at any time. Subscriptions are automatically billed according to the period stated upon purchase (weekly/monthly/annually). The cancellation steps vary depending on how you signed up or who your subscription is billed through.

If you signed up using an Apple device, your subscription is billed and managed through iTunes. 


Below are the step-by-step instructions on how you can cancel a subscription, depending on what device you're using.

iPhone, iPad, OR iPod TOUCH

  1. Open Settings, and then tap iTunes & App Store.
  2. Tap your Apple ID at the top.
  3. Tap View Apple ID and sign in if prompted.
  4. Tap Subscriptions.
  5. Find and tap the subscription you would like to cancel. If you do not see one, check if you signed in with the correct Apple ID.
  6. Choose Cancel Subscription (iOS 10) or turn off Automatic Renewal.

Apple TV (4th Generation)

  1. On your Apple TV, go to Settings > Accounts.
  2. Under Subscriptions, select Manage Subscriptions.
  3. Select your relevant subscription, and then choose Cancel Subscription.

Computer (Using iTunes)

  1. Open iTunes and sign in with your Apple ID.
  2. From the menu bar at the top, choose Account > View My Account.
  3. Enter your password and choose View Account.
  4. On the Account Information page, scroll down to the Settings section.
  5. To the right of Subscriptions, choose Manage.
  6. Choose your subscription. If you don't see your subscription, make sure that you're signed in with the correct Apple ID.
  7. Choose Cancel Subscription (iOS 10) or turn off Automatic Renewal.


If you need further assistance with your iTunes purchases, we recommend talking to an Apple representative. 


For additional help, go to Apple Help: View, change, or cancel your subscriptions.


* NOTE: Your membership or subscription might renew if you don't cancel your membership or subscription more than 24 hours before your renewal date.

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