How to cancel Amazon Music
THE Amazon empire seems to have its fingers in every single pie in the technological and e-commerce universe, including its music streaming service.
But, how do you cancel your subscription – and more importantly create the smallest dent in Jeff Bezos‘s very deep pockets?
Amazon Music can either come free to Prime Users, or cost £7.99 a month for unlimited music (or £9.99 a month for non-Prime users)[/caption]
How do I cancel Amazon Music?
Amazon offers different choices when it comes to its music subscription services.
Firstly there is the free option – Amazon Music Free – which provides access to top playlists and thousands of stations and includes ads.
Amazon Prime Music allows listeners to access a library of around two million songs.
Alternatively, you could choose Amazon Music Unlimited – giving subscribers access to a massive library of around 70 million songs.
However, unlike Amazon Prime Music, Amazon Music Unlimited is not currently free for Prime users.
It will set you back a further £7.99 a month if you already have Prime – or £9.99 a month for those without Amazon Prime.
It does give you free access for 30 days, which you can cancel at any time.
Amazon Music HD is a premium quality music subscription with 70 million songs in high definition and millions of songs in ultra HD (UHD).
Whichever choice of Amazon Music you are subscribed to, the cancellation process is pretty similar…
- Go to Amazon on your phone, computer, or tablet.
- Click All in the top left-hand corner, and select Amazon Music.
- Choose the type of subscription you have – either Prime Music or Amazon Music Unlimited.
- Click Settings in the top right-hand corner.
- Select Cancel under the relevant subscription.
- Confirm the cancellation if prompted to do so.
Your subscription to Amazon Music will then continue until the end date.
Once you have cancelled your Amazon Music account, you may wish to try out a different music streaming service.
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