Spotify is used by a lot of millennials. Its premium subscription allows users to listen to their favorite songs without any ads and download them as well. It is available at $9.99 per month.
While Spotify is one of the best music streaming platforms, other music apps keep coming forward with lucrative offers on their premium subscriptions. So what if you want to try some other app and cancel your Spotify premium subscription?
Well, you can’t cancel Spotify premium subscription via the app, but you can do it through a web browser.
By following the steps mentioned above, you can cancel your Spotify premium subscription. If you opted for a free trial offer, make sure you cancel your subscription before your free trial ends.
If you cancel Spotify’s premium subscription before the billing date, then you won’t be charged, and your account will be converted into a free account.
You must keep a tap on the billing date as Spotify will automatically deduct the money from your bank account as soon as the billing date arrives.
As of now, Spotify Premium’s free trial period lasts for three months. The free trial service is available for both — regular plan and family pack plan. After the Spotify Premium free trial ends, users are supposed to pay for their Spotify subscription.
No, you will not lose your playlists or any downloaded songs. However, you will not be able to play any of the songs in your playlist offline once your Spotify Premium subscription is canceled because offline playlists and downloads are premium features. You can access those playlists only when you are online.
The music you once downloaded on Spotify premium can expire if you don’t go online on the platform once every 30 days. However, it only happens in the rarest cases.
Just go to your account page and tap on ‘Manage Subscriptions and Payment’ and head to the Change payment method or card details option.
Now, you can add a new card or an original payment method according to your preference.