How to Quickly End Things With Amazon Unlimited Music
So you've thought long and hard about it, sought out advice from friends, family, and online strangers, and have concluded that it's time to part ways with ? It may not be as easy as a simple conversation, and it's not exactly like you can break up over text or in person. Prime Music doesn't always like to let go, however, and may plead with you, offer some incentives, or simply pretend the conversation never happened.
You can continue pressing the issue on your own, or you can let DoNotPay handle it for you. Think of it as a friend breaking up with Amazon Unlimited Music on your behalf. You can avoid the long arguments about why it's just not working, and we make sure that it's really and truly over.
How To Cancel Prime Music
There are a few ways to cancel your , and it'll depend on how you signed up. There are several ways you could have, such as through From Amazon itself, a third-party, or through iTunes. We'll discuss each method.
If you met through Amazon, then that's how you'll have to end things. This shouldn't be too difficult. Simply log into your Amazon Music Settings, and select deactivate. You can add up to ten devices, so if you only want to deactivate one device, such as a friend who is taking advantage of your good nature, you can simply remove them, and not your whole account.
Have you ever been set up by a friend? That's sort of what it's like when you're tempted into an Amazon Unlimited Music subscription by someone such as a cell phone company, who may include it as part of an incentive deal.
If this is the case, then you'll have to go to the third party, and discuss with them the specific steps to closing out your Amazon Unlimited Music subscription.
The iTunes store sometimes makes it a little too easy to sign up for a subscription. You see something you like, a couple of swipes on your phone screen, and voila. You've got a brand new shiny subscription to Amazon Unlimited Music that will keep you entertained for days.
Once the novelty wears off, you may be regretting it, but if you signed up through iTunes, you'll have to cancel it.
According to Apple Support, there are a few steps to walk through before it's officially over with Amazon Unlimited Music, depending on whether you're using an iPhone or a Macbook.
- iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch
- Open your settings app.
- Tap your name at the top of the screen.
- Tap 'Subscriptions.' It'll be located below 'Payment & Shipping.'
- Find your Amazon Unlimited Music subscription and tap it.
- Tap 'Cancel Subscription.'
- Open the App Store app on your Mac.
- Click on your name or the sign-in button. This will be located at the bottom of the screen.
- Click 'View Information' at the top of the window.
- Scroll down until you find 'Subscriptions.' Once you locate it, click 'Manage.'
- Click 'Edit' on the Amazon Unlimited Music subscription.
- Click 'Cancel Subscription.' If there isn't an option to cancel, then you've already canceled it or it expired.
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Potential Problems When Canceling Amazon Unlimited Music
While it sounds simple to cancel your Amazon Unlimited Music account, it may not be that easy. A Reddit discussion makes it clear that hitting that little button that says 'Unsubscribe' may not work. Many had to go directly to Amazon and wait several days to hear back before their service was canceled.
Other problems can occur because the third party you went through isn't as eager to unsubscribe you as they were to sign you up.
DoNotPay's Virtual Credit Card Stops Free Trials Before You're Charged
Amazon typically offers a one-month free trial, but will sometimes offer up to three months for a limited time only. After that, it's $7.99 a month, which doesn't seem like much, but can add up when you add in other subscriptions like Disney+, Hulu, Netflix, and Apple Music limited time.
If you want to sign up for the free trial to see if you like Amazon Unlimited Music, but either don't have a credit card, or don't want to risk using your own, DoNotPay has a virtual credit card which will end things before it becomes serious, and you get charged.
How this works is DoNotPay assigns you a random and very unique generated virtual credit card number. This isn't a fake card. It's connected to your real credit card, but the vendor doesn't have access to this information.
This allows you to sign up without handing over your personal information. You can assign the card to one vendor, and set a limit on the amount so that they can't charge you without your permission.
Let DoNotPay Cancel Your Amazon Unlimited Music Subscription
Depending on how you signed up, unsubscribing with Amazon Unlimited Music can be a bit of a hassle, especially if it's through a third party. Between new employees who are unfamiliar with how to cancel an incentive offered years ago or a company that encourages throwing everything they can at you as a means to make more money off of you, it can be very time-consuming.
DoNotPay can handle it for you. Simply open your web browser and pull up DoNotPay. We'll take charge of things, and make sure things are officially over. Here's how.
Tell us which service you want to cancel: log-in click on "Manage Subscriptions", enter the name of the service, provide account details/information that will help us locate your account, and submit! - describe this in steps/numbered list. DoNotPay will notify you once the service has been canceled.
How to cancel in 3 steps:
- Log in to DoNotPay and search for the Manage Subscriptions product.
- Provide the name of the subscription service you want to cancel.
- Provide your account details such as email address and username.
Once you submit the details, we'll work on canceling your subscription! We'll even try to get a refund on your behalf.
Can DoNotPay Do More, or Is This It?
If you're like most people these days, Amazon Unlimited Music is just one of your many subscriptions. If you're trying to cut back on your budget, then you may have other subscriptions you want to get rid of. You can unsubscribe from them one by one, or you can let DoNotPay take care of them for you.
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- Disney Movie Club
DoNotPay does more than just canceling subscriptions you've gotten tired of or have forgotten about. We can also handle:
- Credit Cards
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Check out DoNotPay to learn more about the services we offer, and how we can handle those little details that constantly nag at you.