You can cancel Amazon Music, Dynamics, and soothing music from Amazon!
Hacker News subscribers can cancel all their Amazon Music and Dynamic subscriptions by logging in to their accounts.
You can also cancel your Amazon Music subscription for free.
If you don’t already have one, it’s free to get a free trial.
You also can cancel a free Dyson smart home system and a free Amazon Echo.
The new cancellation option also works on Amazon’s other music streaming services, as well.
You don’t need to add a new Amazon Music or Dynamica account, though.
All you have to do is log in to the same account on Amazon Music.
Amazon Music has a new cancellation page that allows you to cancel your subscription.
You’ll need to sign in to your Amazon.com account to do so.
The company will give you 30 days to cancel before you’re charged.
If your Amazon account is already set to automatically cancel your subscriptions, you can cancel without logging in.
This method will also work for other streaming services.
Dyson will be one of the last to cancel.
You won’t be able to cancel Amazon Echo devices and Amazon Echo speaker devices from your Dyson account, so you’ll have to sign out of the device first.
All of these cancellation options will only work if you’re subscribed to Amazon Music as a paid service.
If Amazon Music is your only streaming service, it’ll still cancel any Amazon Music subscriptions, but you’ll also have to buy a subscription to that service.
The cancellation options won’t work for streaming services like Spotify, Apple Music, Amazon Prime Music, and more.
Amazon Music subscribers won’t have the option to cancel services like Netflix, Hulu, or any of the other streaming music services that will continue to support your subscription after the cancellation.
You can cancel your services from the Amazon Music page if you have one of these accounts: Amazon Music for Business or Amazon Music Business.
You may also cancel the same subscription on both accounts.
Amazon Music and the Dyson Smart Home systems are still being worked on, but the cancellation options don’t seem to work on all streaming services that are currently in development.
If you’re a member of a streaming service that doesn’t support cancellation options, the company is also working on a way to automatically disable the cancellation option.
The option won’t appear in the Settings or Dashboard.
Check out how Amazon Music will help you cancel your music subscription in the video below.