For some time now, some games and apps have a Subscription model managed directly from Google Play (In fact we can even pay with the credits that we have associated with our Google account, such as those we can get with the Google Opinion Rewards app), but when does the time come to unsubscribe… Where do we do it?
The truth is that the process is quite simple and is carried out directly from Google Play, so you do not have to move within the game or the app in particular. As long as the subscription is managed by the Play Store, beware.
Unsubscribe to a game or app from Google Play
As money is not played (at the most, we use it to play), Google does not want to complicate the feat and puts us quite at hand the option to unsubscribe from any subscription we have active.
To do this, we will follow the following illustrated steps:
Enter the Google Play Store and tap the icon of the three lines to deploy the men of options.
Within the menu we will see the section Subscriptions, which we will play to access it.
Here we will see a subscription list that we have hired through Google Play; In this case we only have the Mario Kart Tour. We play in it.
In your file, we will find the option Cancel Subscription that we will touch to proceed to cancel it.
Choose one of the reasons why you want to cancel your subscription and tap on Continue.
On the final confirmation, tap on Cancel Subscription To finish completing the process.
Then go to this screen where in addition to showing a brief announcement indicating that the subscription has been canceled, give you the option to reactivate it in case you want to continue counting on it. You will also receive an email confirming the operation.
Note that you can continue enjoying the benefits of the subscription until the next payment period, which is no longer done. That day, you will no longer be able to access the content of the subscription.
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