Quibi, the new(ish) short-form streaming service for your mobile devices, has been around for almost three months. That means that if you went all-in on Quibi at the beginning with its 90-day free trial, your promo period will expire sometime in the next month—and the subscription fee will kick in unless you cancel.
The platform initially offered a 90-day free trial to anyone who signed up before its launch on April 6 but later extended the promotion for signups throughout April. And given that the platform was a huge failure and the company’s finances are a disaster, you probably don’t want to pay for it.
Even if you go ahead and cancel now, you’ll still have access to Quibi’s content until the end of your three-month trial period. So if you haven’t watched Quibi as much as you thought you would and don’t want to get hit with a $4.99-$7.99 charge, cancel your subscription before your trial expires.
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Your Quibi subscription will be billed through the Apple or Android account that’s connected to the device you used to sign up—so to cancel, you’ll have to go through either the Quibi app or to your iOS or Google Play Store settings. We have a whole guide to how to cancel Quibi, but here are the highlights:
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In the Quibi app, tap your profile icon in the upper right corner. Tap My Account > Change Subscription Plan > Manage Subscriptions. On the next page, tap Quibi > Cancel and follow the prompts to finalize your cancellation.
On your Apple device, you can also go to your Settings and tap on your Apple ID > Subscriptions. Select Quibi, tap Cancel, and follow the prompts. If you’re an Android user, go to your Google Play Store and open the side menu. Tap Subscriptions > Quibi > Cancel Subscription and follow the prompts.