Napster is an online music-sharing platform that allows you to download music and burn it to MP3s or upload it to your music listening devices. However, with so many other platforms available (among them the iPod and iTunes), many people are choosing to cancel their Napster accounts in favor of more mainstream options … after all, everyone remembers those famous Napster lawsuits.
Although you can cancel your Napster or Napster To Go subscription fairly easily, before you do, you’ll want to read their fine print. It indicates that you will not be refunded for the remaining amount of a subscription plan, nor will you receive a prorated refund for canceling in the middle of the month. They also explain that they will make a “reasonable attempt” to send you a cancellation confirmation email, so make sure your email information is up to date with them before canceling, otherwise it may go to an inactive account and you won’t have proof you canceled. This is especially important for people who have had accounts for a long time.
Once you’re sure you want to cancel your account, go ahead and proceed with the steps. Remember, like most cancellation policies, this cannot be undone if you change your mind, so be sure you’ve done everything with your account you wish to do before moving on.
After following the steps above, your Napster account should be permanently deactivated and you should stop being charged by the next billing cycle. If you are having trouble or would like the experts to handle it for you, click the “Use Our Cancellation Service” button and we’ll take it from here.
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