For many Spotify users, the streaming music service is an integral part of their daily lives. With its vast selection of music, podcasts, and other content, it’s easy to get hooked on its offerings.
But sometimes users need to take a break and cancel their subscription to Spotify.
Fortunately, canceling your Spotify subscription can be done quickly and easily. To start, log into your account on the Spotify website.
On the left side of the page, click “Subscription” and then “Manage Subscription”. This will bring up a list of options for your subscription plan.
At this point there are two things you can do: downgrade to a free account or cancel your subscription altogether. If you choose to downgrade your account, you will still have access to some of the content on Spotify but at a reduced rate with fewer features.
If you decide to cancel your subscription entirely, select “Cancel Subscription” from the list of options. You will be asked if you are sure you want to proceed with cancellation—select “Yes” if you are sure you want to end your subscription.
Once you have confirmed that you want to cancel your subscription, it will take effect immediately and no further charges will be incurred for that month or any future months.
Cancelling your subscription to Spotify is easy and straightforward—all it takes is a few clicks on the website and confirmation that you want to proceed with cancellation. Once done, no further charges will be incurred so users can rest assured that they are no longer tied in with the streaming service.