Signing up for any online service is very easy. Normally, you just need to enter your name, email, and password, and in a matter of seconds, you can start using it. But things change if we want to unsubscribe. Canceling an account is usually a much more complicated task than opening it, and in many cases, it is practically impossible to find a way to leave the service. One example is with Audible, Amazon’s audiobook and podcast service.
It is a platform that was launched recently. To promote it, the e-commerce giant offers a three-month free trial of Audible to Amazon Prime users and a 30-day free trial for all other users. Once the trial period ends, the price is $9.99 per month to access the catalog of more than 90,000 original audiobooks and podcasts.
How to Cancel Your Audible Subscription
Whether you are enjoying the free trial or if you have a paid account and want to cancel it, you may be finding it difficult to get it. We explain how to cancel your Audible subscription step by step so that you do not get charged:
- It is impossible to unsubscribe from Audible through the application or in the subscription management section of Amazon subscriptions. To do this, you have to enter the platform’s website, available at this link.
- Click Sign in and enter the passwords for your Amazon account.
- Once you have logged in, click on the arrow next to your name in the upper right corner and select the Account details option.
- In the Subscription details section, you can see your account information, which includes the next billing date. Regardless of when you unsubscribe, your subscription will remain until the appointed day.
- Below the My Subscription box, you will see the Unsubscribe link. Click on it and then click the No thanks button. Proceed with cancellation.
- Next, select a reason why you want to unsubscribe, press the button Continue with cancellation and then Finish cancellation.
You will continue to have access to the Audible catalog until the date on which your free trial period or your paid subscription ends.