Cancel Audible subscriptions from your smartphone in less than two minutes
Audible is a subscription service owned by Amazon that produces and sells audiobooks, audio versions of newspapers and magazines, and TV and radio programs.
How to cancel Audible manually
There are several ways to cancel your Audible subscription. Note that you can close your account from any device (computer, tablet, smartphone), but only if you access it from a web browser. You can’t unsubscribe from Audible from the Android and iOS apps.
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Cancel Audible over the phone
- Dial 1 (888) 283-5051 to contact Audible customer support team.
- Make sure you have your login credentials with you
- Ask the customer rep to cancel your membership.
You will receive an email confirmation that your account is closed.
Cancel Audible from a web browser
- Log in with your Audible/Amazon account
- Go to the Account Details page.
- In the "View membership details" section, find and click on “Cancel membership”.
- Follow the instructions on the page.
Once your membership is canceled, you will receive a notification email.
Cancel Audible via email
- Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and request account cancelation.
- Don’t forget to include your full name and login credentials.
After a day or two, you will get an email confirmation that your account is closed.
Cancel Audible with DoNotPay
Canceling Audible may take some time, especially since you can’t unsubscribe through your tablet and smartphone apps. Another issue is that the support team sometimes doesn’t process the cancelation on the same day. With DoNotPay, you can unsubscribe from Audible from your smartphone, and the whole thing won’t last more than two minutes. All you have to do is take the following steps:
- Start the DoNotPay app in any web browser.
- Select ‘Find Hidden Money’.
- Type in “Audible” as the service you want to cancel.
As soon as we cancel your subscription, we will let you know via email.
Can I put my Audible subscription on hold instead of canceling it?
Yes, if you’re a monthly subscriber, you can put your Audible subscription on hold once in 12 months. Your account can stay on pause between one and three months. This feature is not available for users whose subscription plans don’t earn credits and those who made their accounts before 2006.
To put your Audible account on hold, contact the company’s support team.
Will I get a refund after I cancel my Audible subscription?
No, you won’t receive a refund after you cancel your subscription. Your member benefits will also end the moment you close your account. Still, you will be able to access your profile and listen to the books that you bought before the cancelation.
Will my Audible charge me after my free trial ends?
Yes, it will. New Audible members have 30-day access to all features free of charge. You can cancel your free trial at any time. If you don’t close it before the trial expires, your subscription will be automatically renewed, and your credit card will be charged.
With DoNotPay, you won’t be charged after your free trials ever again!
Subscription companies such as Audible earn a fortune every year from auto-renewals. Once you start your free trial, it’s easy to forget to cancel it on time, even though Audible will send you an email reminder one week before the expiration date. Forgetting to cancel your subscription on time will lead to regular charges on your credit card and a lot of frustration.
If you want to ensure you don’t get charged after your trial, sign up to Audible with the DoNotPay’s virtual credit card. Audible won’t be able to tell the difference, and your credit card won’t be charged.
What are some alternatives to Audible?
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