If you have an iPhone and want to cancel your subscription to Spotify Premium, you’re in luck! A few simple steps will allow anyone to cancel their Spotify Premium monthly membership on an iPhone.
This guide will tell you how to cancel the service and what it means for your Apple ID account. It also includes some of the best methods of canceling Spotify Premium on your iPhone.
How to Cancel Spotify Subscription from your iPhone
Step 1: Go to Your Account Page
To view your subscription status and full account details, go to your account page by clicking “Your Account” at the top of Spotify’s homepage.
If you’re not logged in, enter your email address and password and click “Log In.” If you don’t remember your password, click “Forgot Password” and follow the instructions. Select the link that says “Manage” underneath “My Subscription on the account screen.”
Step 2: Cancel Your Subscription Link
Your membership, whether it be through iTunes or on the device itself. And have used Spotify Premium, you may want to know how to cancel Spotify premium on iPhone. Here’s a quick article with suggestions for how to do just that. On the next page, locate the section that says “Manage My Plan.
First, it’s worth noting that canceling your subscription will not stop the music from playing. It will stop auto-renewing and allow you to access the free version of Spotify instead since you’re already a paying customer.
-Now, here’s how to do it:
1) Launch the Spotify app.
2) Click “Spotify Premium” to bring up the subscription expiry dialog.
3) Tap “Cancel Subscription” at the bottom of the page.
With there following steps, you can easily cancel your Spotify premium plan from your iPhone, but there onwards, you will now no longer be a premium member of Spotify, which means you cant access ad-free music in the Spotify app.
Valentina has covered consumer electronics for a number of publications including Wired, Laptop Mag and Ars Technica, with a particular focus on wearables, PCs and other mobile tech. She studied journalism and English at Syracuse University, and has been curious about tech ever since she was a little girl. How she convinced her parents to let her have a PalmPilot at eight years old, she’ll never know.