How do I cancel a Disney + subscription?

How do I cancel a Disney + subscription?

In this tutorial, we walk you through how to cancel your Disney + subscription.

Since its launch, the American streaming platform Disney + has enjoyed tremendous success since it already has more than 55 million users around the world.

How do I cancel a Disney + subscription?

In France, you can subscribe to the service from the official Disney + site, or take advantage of it via Canal + which includes it in its packs, moreover, the group offers you a month of a free trial. 

Have you subscribed to Disney Plus and do not wish to continue your subscription? Whatever the reason for your departure, there is a very easy way to terminate your account and that it is possible to do it at any time, we explain it to you in the rest of this article. 

Cancel a Disney + subscription

If you no longer enjoy Disney Plus and no longer want to be charged monthly, then it’s time to opt out. To do this, follow these 5 steps:

  • Log into your Disney + account.
  • Go to the Profile [sic] thumbnail at the top right of the screen.
  • Go to the Account option. 
  • Click Billing Details, then click Cancel Subscription.
  • Finish with Confirm termination.

Cancel a Disney + subscription via Google Play

Did you sign up for Disney + from your Android smartphone? You have therefore used the payment method associated with your Google Play account. To unsubscribe, then proceed as follows:

  • On your computer, go to Google Play.
  • Log into your Google account used for Disney +.
  • Tap on My Subscriptions.
  • Next to Disney +, go to Manage.
  • In the dialog box that appears, click Cancel Subscription.

Cancel a Disney + subscription on iOS

To unsubscribe from Disney + from the iOS app, the process is simple:

  • On your app, go to your profile thumbnail at the bottom right of the screen.
  • Tap on Account.
  • Go to Billing Details. 
  • On the web page that opens, enter your Disney + credentials.
  • Tap Unsubscribe.
  • Finish with Confirm termination .

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