THE battle of the streamers has the world's biggest tech companies, including Amazon, continuing to joust for viewers and listeners alike.
And when consumers are being pulled in every direction, it's always good to know how you can cancel your subscription.
How do I cancel Amazon Music on my account?
- Go to Amazon on your phone, computer, or tablet.
- Click All in the top left-hand corner, and select Amazon Music.
- Choose the type of subscription you have – either Prime Music or Amazon Music Unlimited.
- Click Settings in the top right-hand corner.
- Select Cancel under the relevant subscription.
- Confirm the cancellation if prompted to do so.
Your subscription to Amazon Music will then continue until the end date.
Once you have cancelled your Amazon Music account, you may wish to try out a different music streaming service.
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Some of the other major players in the music world include Spotify and Apple Music.
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Spotify is free to listen to with adverts after a certain number of songs, or its Premium package costs just £9.99 a month to enjoy music ad-free.
Apple Music offers a handy £4.99 per month subscription for students, along with its usual £9.99 per month individual subscription and £14.99 per month family deal.
Why am I charged for Amazon music when I have prime?
Unlike Amazon Prime Music, Amazon Music Unlimited is not currently free for Prime users.
It will set you back a further £7.99 a month if you already have Prime – or £9.99 a month for those without Amazon Prime.
It does give you free access for 30 days, which you can cancel at any time.
Amazon offers different choices when it comes to its music subscription services.
There is the free option – Amazon Music Free – which provides access to top playlists and thousands of stations and includes ads.
You can opt for Amazon Prime Music, which is free for those already subscribed to Amazon Prime at £7.99 a month, or £79 a year.
Amazon Prime Music allows listeners to access a library of around two million songs.
Alternatively, you could choose Amazon Music Unlimited – giving subscribers access to a massive library of around 70 million songs.
How do I access my Amazon Music account?
There are different ways to access your Amazon Music account depending on which device you're using.
Customers with an Alexa Amazon device can simply say, "Alexa, play Adele,", "Alexa, play jazz music" or "Alexa, play the latest album by Taylor Swift".
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While users with a smartphone or tablet can access through the Amazon Music app.
Those on a laptop can login into their account via the Amazon Music website.
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