So let’s say that you tried the new Kindle Unlimited service, and now you want to cancel it. Just how do you unsubscribe and cancel Kindle Unlimited on Amazon? If you search Amazon, they provide this spectacularly unhelpful guidance: “You may cancel your subscription at any time by visiting your account and adjusting your settings.”
We say ‘unhelpful’ because, perhaps not surprisingly, the way that you cancel the Kindle Unlimited service is buried several layers deep on Amazon. So here are step-by-step directions for cancelling your Kindle Unlimited service.
How to Cancel Your Kindle Unlimited Service on Amazon
Sign into your Amazon account, click on the “Your Account” drop-down from the menu bar at the top, and select “Your Account”:
When you get to the Your Account page, skip down past the Settings section, to the Digital Content section, and click on “Manage Your Content and Devices”:
From the Manage Your Content and Devices screen, click on “Settings”:
|We know you're sick of ads on websites. But we still need to pay to keep the lights on for you. So instead of huge ads and video ads, we use smaller, plainer ads. Still, if you'd like to support the Internet Patrol but not the ads, please consider supporting us here:|
|Get notified of new Internet Patrol articles for free!
|Or Read Internet Patrol Articles Right in Your Inbox!
as Soon as They are Published! Only $1 a Month!
Imagine being able to read full articles right in your email, or on your phone, without ever having to click through to the website unless you want to! Just $1 a month and you can cancel at any time!
Scroll down to “Kindle Unlimited Settings” and click on the button that says “Cancel Kindle Unlimited”:
Click on the “I want to cancel” button on the confirmation pop-up:
And your Kindle Unlimited subscription will be cancelled.
No Paywall Here!
The Internet Patrol is and always has been free. We don't hide our articles behind a paywall, or restrict the number of articles you can read in a month if you don't give us money. That said, it does cost us money to run the site, so if something you read here was helpful or useful, won't you consider donating something to help keep the Internet Patrol free? Thank you!
|Get notified of new Internet Patrol articles!