Have you had enough of Netflix? This article explains how to cancel the streaming service on iPhones and iPad as well as on desktops.
With living expenses on the rise, people are seeking ways to limit their costs. On the other hand, Netflix’s service has increased its prices which is one of the main reasons users have been turning away from this streaming website.
Netflix is also in the talks of working to monetize the 100 million+ households that are “currently enjoying, but not directly paying for, Netflix.” This simply means password sharing between friends and families could soon stop being a thing.
Remember that Netflix is working on a lower-priced ad-supported tier which is said to be introduced in early 2023. However, until then, this is how you can cancel the servic.
How to Cancel Netflix on iPhone and iPad
In case you’re signed in to Netflix through your iPhone or iPad using your Apple ID when you could still do that, this is how you’ll have to cancel the subscription.
1. Launch the Settings app on your iPhone or iPad.
2. Tap your Apple ID banner profile at the top of the menu.
3. Tap Subscriptions.
4. Select Netflix in the list that appears.
5. Choose Cancel Subscription, then confirm at the dialog prompt. Note that the cancellation becomes effective at the end of your current billing period.
Note that your membership might renew if you don’t cancel your subscription more than 24 hours before your renewal date, as per Apple’s policy.
How to Cancel Netflix on the Web
1. In Safari or another browser, head to Netflix’s website on your iOS device or a desktop computer.
2. Sign in, then tap the three-line menu icon in the top-right corner of the webpage and select Account.
3. Scroll down if necessary and select Cancel Membership. If you’re on an iPad or a desktop browser, the option will appear near the upper left of the browser window.
4. Note when the cancelation will take effect, then select Finish Cancelation.
According to Netflix, if a customer decides to resubscribe within 10 months of canceling the service, their profiles, favorites, preferences, and account details will still be recoverable.