How to Get a CNN Free Trial With a Virtual Credit Card
Headquartered in Atlanta, United States, Cable News Network (CNN) is one of the world's largest 24-hour cable news services. The iconic news station has kept up with the times, which means you can keep up with what's happening in the world online via the CNN streaming app.
The online streaming platform of CNN is known as CNNgo. However, you'll need a cable subscription with a login to be able to watch live CNN programming online. You must enter your cable television username and password to access live CNN programming.
Does CNN Offer a Free Trial?
Yes, but not directly from CNN. YouTube TV and a few other live TV streaming services that carry CNN offer a . YouTube TV offers a 7-day free trial where you can watch live CNN programming online for free.
How Can I Get a CNN Free Trial?
To get a , you must have a TV subscription that includes CNN. The news network has partnered with various streaming platforms, some of which offer a free trial. As stated in the previous section, YouTube TV includes CNN and offers a free trial.
Follow these steps to register for the YouTube TV free trial:
- Open Youtube TV on a web browser
- Click on 'Try it for free” to start your free trial
- Use your Google Account credentials to sign in
If you are a current subscriber to YouTube TV or another streaming service that carries CNN and offers a free trial, you'll be able to get a CNN free trial. To start your CNN free trial:
- Open the CNNgo app on your streaming device or go to CNNgo and select your TV service provider to watch live CNN programming online.
- Enter the login credentials you use to access your pay-TV service provider's online account.
- Start watching live CNN news coverage and original programming.
No additional subscription is required. You don't even need a membership to CNN.com to watch live news coverage via CNNgo. You can also access CNNgo on Pluto TV Live and Hulu with Live TV. The latter is not offering free trials at the moment, while the former only offers a 3-day free trial.
Does the CNN Free Trial Automatically Renew Into a Paid Subscription?
Yes, they do – however, it depends on the streaming service you are using to get a CNN free trial. For YouTube TV, your account will automatically switch to a paid membership when the 7-day free trial period is over. Be sure to cancel your subscription before the free trial ends if you don't want to get charged.
YouTube TV will not charge you anything as long as you cancel the free trial before the start of the next billing period, which is after your 7-day free trial expires. However, most people forget to cancel their and end up getting charged when the free trial period expires.
Fortunately, you can get a refund if you didn't want to switch to a paid subscription but forgot to cancel the free trial on time. Many of the services that offer CNN free trials, such as YouTube TV, give refunds.
Avoid Automatic Renewal With DoNotpay Virtual Credit Card
The goal of free trials is to introduce you to the service and get you hooked in the hope that you will choose to keep it beyond the trial period. However, companies will make you provide the credit card information to sign up for free trials. If you decide that you don't want the service and then forget to cancel (as it's often the case), your free trial automatically transitions into a paid subscription.
The DoNotPay Virtual Credit Card provides a solution to this problem. A virtual credit card is a temporary credit card number designed for one-day use. It can help you:
- Generate a new credit card number with each use
- Make it impossible for a subscription service to auto-renew your membership
- Keeps your identity safe
- Not have subscriptions show up on your credit card statement
Use the DoNotPay Virtual Credit Card to get free trials without the risk of being charged. When you use DoNotPay’s free virtual credit card to register for a free trial, the vendor won't be able to charge you automatically since they don't have your actual banking information. Plus, the card doesn't hold any actual money, so there's no risk at all.
How Much Does CNN Cost After the Trial?
How much you'll pay after your CNN free trial expires will depend on the pay-TV or streaming service you are using. In the United States, you can watch CNN live streams on YouTube TV, DirecTV Stream, Hulu with Live TV, Sling, Spectrum TV Choice, and Pluto TV Live.
|Pay-TV Service||Free Trial Period||Price|
|YouTube TV||7 days||$64.99/month|
|Hulu with Live TV||N/A||$64.99/month|
|Sling TV||3 days||$35/month|
|Spectrum TV Choice||N/A||$30/month|
|Pluto TV Live||N/A||Free (Ad-supported)|
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