Apple Music was recently rolled out to several countries across the world, with a 3-month free trial. And being a music streaming service from Apple, many users have been willing to try it out. But, if you want to discontinue your Apple Music subscription for some reason, you need to manually opt out from the service in order to prevent getting charged at the end of the trial period. By default, after the initial 3-month trial period ends, Apple will automatically charge the monthly subscription amount from your credit card in order to renew the Apple Music subscription. Once you have turned off auto-renewal option, your Apple Music subscription will automatically be cancelled once the free trial is over. If you change your mind anytime, you can resume the use of Apple Music by accessing your Account Information page and choosing a suitable renewal plan from the Renewal Options.
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Other users may have turned automatic renewal off, but wish to enable it so that they can seamlessly enjoy Apple Music the subscription service. Whatever the automatic renewal setting is toggled to will determine if the associated Apple ID credit card is billed each month for the Apple Music subscription service. For those who started using Apple Music on the day of iOS 8.
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If you signed up for a free or discounted trial subscription and you don't want to renew it, cancel it at least 24 hours before the trial ends. If you tried to see or cancel a subscription and you can't find the subscription that you're looking for, check the following things. On your bank statement, find the charge for the subscription. If it does not say iTunes, Apple, or something similar, the subscription might not be billed through Apple. Get help with subscriptions that aren't billed through Apple. Information about products not manufactured by Apple, or independent websites not controlled or tested by Apple, is provided without recommendation or endorsement. Apple assumes no responsibility with regard to the selection, performance, or use of third-party websites or products. Apple makes no representations regarding third-party website accuracy or reliability.
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