If you’re thinking about trying out Spotify but don’t know if it’s for you, you can sign up for a free trial. This gives you a month to try out the service and decide whether it’s right for you. If you decide not to continue using the service, you can cancel your Premium subscription at any time and avoid getting charged.
You can also stop your Spotify Premium subscription on a mobile or desktop app, but you must use a browser to do this. You can find this link on your account page, or you can click the “Account” tab in the Spotify mobile app or web player.
The first step is to open the Spotify app on your device and login with your email address and password. If you’re using a smartphone, tap the three horizontal lines in the top-right corner of the screen and select Log In. On a desktop, you can do the same thing by clicking the “Log In” button in the top-right corner of the app or page.
Once logged in, you’ll be redirected to the payment page and will need to enter your credit card information. You can also opt to pay through iTunes, which will make the process a little easier.
Depending on your payment method, you may be presented with a message asking if you want to continue to receive promotional offers from Spotify. To cancel this, click the Cancel link in the message box.
When you’re done, you’ll be redirected back to the desktop or mobile app and you’ll be required to re-enter your password. If you’re using a different account or have an issue logging in, try searching for the username and password in your browser, or check your bank statements to find out who you signed up with.
You can cancel your Premium subscription any time on your account page. This will put you on the free tier, which allows you to stream music without ads but does not include the additional features that come with Premium (like access to offline listening). You’ll still be able to save playlists and listen to your saved music.
If you’ve tried to cancel your Premium subscription but haven’t been able to, it might be because you’re signed up with an unsupported payment method. This is often because of a change in your credit card’s billing address or phone number, or you might be signed up with a subscription bundle like Apple Music or Google Play.
It’s important to note that you cannot cancel your Premium subscription if you have an active Family Plan, or if you’re subscribed to the Premium Plan through another subscription service (like Hulu). These plans will automatically revert to Spotify Free if you choose to leave them, so it’s best to cancel them before your free trial expires.
If you’re having trouble canceling your Premium subscription, the best thing to do is contact Spotify Customer Support. They will help you get the process taken care of as quickly as possible.