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Apple Music free trial ends September 30, here’s how to turn off auto-renewal

Apple Music has been live since June 30 and the company’s plan to lure customers in was offering a generous trial period of three months. However, when this period ends on September 30, and your credit/debit card will be charged after that.

So, here’s a friendly reminder to end your subscription by next Wednesday if you don’t plan on using the service. Depending on your plan, you’ll be charged $9.99 for the Individual plan or $14.99 for the Family plan, which allows for up to 6 people to use Apple Music.

In case you want to opt out, here’s a step-by-step guide on how to turn off auto-renewal

Apple Music is available in more than 100 countries worldwide and has a 24/7 radio broadcast in New York, Los Angeles and London. More than 11 million subscribed to the service and 2 million of those are using the Family plan.

It will be interesting to see how that number changes when Apple actually starts charging for it. How about you – do you plan to stick to it or are you going for another service?