With the recent advent of high-tech such as tablets and the Internet – the New York Times has been forced to increase the cost of its print subscription. To this effect, many loyal subscribers have chosen to cancel their subscription.
Whether you cannot afford the extra expense of a newspaper subscription or simply found that your newspapers are piling up unread, canceling might be the right option.
If you have decided to cancel your subscription and stop receiving the New York Times, you may have run into frustration in trying to do so. GoodExperience.com and ComplaintsBoard.com, lists customer complaints about New York Times. If you found yourself frustrated and wanting to cancel your subscription, read on.... Here are the steps to cancel your account:
If you cancel an annual subscription within the first 11 months of your subscription year, your access and other benefits will end immediately and you will receive a refund prorated to the day.
If you cancel in the final 30 days of your subscription year, the cancellation will not take effect until the end of your current billing period. Your access and privileges will continue to the end of the current billing period, and you will not receive a refund.
Cancellations are effective the following billing cycle. You will not receive a refund for the current billing cycle. You will continue to have the same access and benefits of your product for the remainder of the current billing period.
If you’ve tried contacting the New York Times and have already wasted much of your valuable time trying to cancel, we feel your pain....You’ve got things to do. So, let CancelWizard cancel your New York Time subscription for you!
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