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How to change or cancel your music streaming services

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The Verge

There are more digital subscriptions around than ever, and among them, you may well have a music streaming service (or two or three). What with “free” trials and trying to find a service you really like, it’s easy to suddenly realize you’re oversubscribed. Luckily, canceling a music subscription — or switching to a free tier — isn’t too difficult. And remember that you can always sign up again. It doesn’t have to be goodbye forever.

Here’s how it’s done on the four best-known platforms. The options will be similar on other services.

Spotify

Spotify has a variety of plans for individuals, families, and even two people.

Spotify has a free tier with ads, without downloads, and with limits on playlists, while the…

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