How to cancel your Spotify Premium account on an iPhone in 2 ways (though you can't do it through the Spotify app)

Posted On: Jul 16, 2019   |   Posted By: Business Insider

How to cancel your Spotify Premium account on an iPhone in 2 ways (though you can't do it through the Spotify app)

You can cancel a Spotify Premium account on your iPhone - but you can't do it through the Spotify app.
If you want to cancel Spotify Premium on your iPhone , you'll have to do it through an internet browser app - like Safari - or through your Apple ID settings.
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If you're a Spotify Premium subscriber, there may come a time when you want to cancel your subscription, whether you've opted for another service, you no longer use it enough to justify the cost, or you simply can't afford the $9.99 per month fee.
Whatever your reason, canceling Spotify Premium on your iPhone is a straightforward process that should take no more than a few minutes. However, you will not be able to cancel through the Spotify app.
Here's how you can do it instead, through an internet browser or the Apple ID section of your Settings app.
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