- Paramount recommends canceling your service the way you signed up – PC, tablet, or phone.
- Paramount Plus app doesn’t let you terminate your plan from within the app itself like other services.
- If you signed up for Paramount Plus using streaming services such as Apple TV, Fire TV, and Roku – you might need to go through them to cancel your plan.
- With older Fire TV sticks and other streamers, you may need to unsubscribe through the web portal.
- There are a few trouble-shooting tips if you find that you can’t cancel Paramount Plus.
Paramount Plus is an incredibly popular service. It provides hours of entertainment through offerings like Picard, Halo, and 1883. As a regular user, you may want to quit using their service at some point. We’ve got good news. The streaming service doesn’t hold you hostage. You can cancel your subscription anytime. Let’s look at how to cancel Paramount Plus on a PC and smartphone (Android or iOS device) without much ado.
How to Cancel Paramount Plus from the Web
Paramount recommends canceling your service the way you signed up. If you registered on your PC, here’s to cancel your plan.
1. Sign In to the Service
Go to the company’s official site and log in to your Paramount Plus account. You can find the link in the top right-hand corner of the page whether you’re using Chrome, Safari, Firefox, or another browser.
2. Access your Account
Once you sign in, locate the main user account for your profile. You can’t cancel the service from a sub-account, so make sure you access the profile under which the account was created. Click on the profile to proceed to the next page.
3. Cancel Paramount Plus
You should see an option to cancel your Paramount Plus subscription on the profile page. Once you click through, your access is canceled until you re-subscribe.
If you see the screen below, that means you’ll need to cancel the service through an App Store, you can also do this in 2-3 steps.
How to Cancel Paramount Plus on a Smartphone or Tablet
If you signed up for Paramount Plus using a smartphone or tablet instead of the web, it’s just as easy to cancel. You’ll have to access a different set of menus, which vary depending on whether you’re using iOS or Android.
Note: Paramount Plus app doesn’t let you terminate your plan from within the app itself like other services.
Cancel Paramount Plus on Android and iOS
On your mobile device, go to the Play Store and click on your account icon to access the menu with your account settings. You can do the same on the web after logging in to your account by heading to the Payments & Subscriptions section.
If you signed up for the service and have an active subscription, it will show up there. You can then cancel your Paramount Plus subscription with a few clicks.
iPhone or iPad users can cancel this streaming service in a similar fashion. Simply open the Settings menu, select your name, and then tap on Subscriptions. Find the Paramount Plus subscription, click select through the menu and cancel the service. If you don’t see the subscription, it’s already been canceled.
Other Ways to Cancel Your Paramount Plus
Most consumers sign up for Paramount Plus through the web or subscribe through a mobile app. This streaming service is available through some devices, including the Apple TV, Fire TV, and Roku streamers.
If you signed up for Paramount Plus using these devices, you might need to go through them to cancel your plan.
If you signed up to use Paramount Plus on a streaming stick or the Fire TV via Amazon Prime, you need to sign in and go to Memberships and Subscriptions on their device.
You can select Manage Subscription for Paramount Plus to access that service and cancel it. With older Fire TV sticks and other streamers, you may need to unsubscribe through the web portal.
Cancel from Apple TV
If you signed up on your Apple TV and took a 7-day trial, you can cancel Paramount Plus with a few simple steps. Go to the Settings menu on your Apple TV, and then select Users & Accounts.
Select Subscriptions and then find Paramount Plus from the list of available options. If you have an active Paramount Plus sub, it will show up, and you can end your plan with a few clicks.
Cancel from Roku
Roku offers a range of free channels along with subscriptions to services like Paramount Plus. To cancel the service on a Roku, go to the Home Screen and select Paramount Plus from the channels.
Find the app, select Manage Subscription and then select Cancel Subscription on the screen that appears.
How Long Does It Take To Cancel Your Subscription?
In most cases your request to cancel your Paramount Plus subscription will be processed immediately, although sometimes it may take a litter longer during busy periods. Once you’ve cancelled your subscription you should receive a message or email confirming the changes to your account. It’s important to retain this as proof that it has been cancelled. Also, you will usually be able to retain your access to Paramount Plus until the end of your billing cycle as you have already paid for it.
Can’t Cancel Paramount Plus?
If you are finding that you can’t cancel Paramount Plus, make sure you are signed in to the main user account for the subscription. You won’t be able to cancel if you are signed in to a sub-account. Remember, you can’t cancel Paramount Plus through the app. So, make sure you are signed in to Paramount Plus on the website or you are in the Subscriptions section on your phone. If you are signed in to the main user account and you are on the website or in the Subscriptions section of your phone and you still can’t cancel Paramount Plus, you can always use the chat feature on the Paramount Plus help page.
- How to Cancel Your Planet Fitness Membership in 3 Steps: Does Planet Fitness bring you $10 worth of joy every month? If not, we can help!
- How to Cancel Amazon Music in Easy Steps: How many music apps does one person need? Here’s how to cancel one of them.
- How to Cancel HelloFresh in 3 Easy Steps (With Photos): If food is piling up because you just don’t cook it – click here for the help you need!
The image featured at the top of this post is ©viewimage/Shutterstock.com.