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Apple Music :, How to Ensure you are not charged for Apple Music once the free trial ends.

17: Community Champion
17: Community Champion

Apple Music :, How to Ensure you are not charged for Apple Music once the free trial ends.

Apple Music’s free trial will last three months giving us ample time to test it out, however I think it's important to note that if you do nothing after the trial period is over, you'll automatically be charged the recurring £9.99 monthly fee. So to stop this from happening you can disable the auto-renewal setting now, so the service does not roll over into automatically charging you the £9.99.


My memory is like a sieve 😉


So here's how to do this......On iPad / iPhone."Go to the Apple Music app, then to the silhouette icon on the top left, tap View Apple ID, and scroll down until you see Subscriptions and hit Manage." "Tap on your Apple Music Membership, and you will get all the information you need on the status of your subscription. You can read all that later. See Automatic Renewal? Disable that to prevent Apple from charging you when your subscription is up. Don't worry it's a reversible process. Just select your Renewal Option at any time if you want back in"


On a Mac........ "Hit the iTunes icon in your tray (you can’t miss its rainbow hues), then tap on your account settings as represented by that silhouette at the top right hand of the window." "Tap on Account Info, then scroll to the bottom until you see Settings, and tap on Manage to see your Subscriptions." "You should be able to find your Apple Music Membership, and right at the bottom is the option for Automatic Renewal, turn that off, and relax. You've done it.


Good job. Remember, you can always opt back in if you suffer from unsubscribers regret."Source : Stuff.

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