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Users could face unwanted charges when Apple music trial ends

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Apple's Music free, three-month trial ends on Wednesday and if you don't opt out you could end up paying between $9.99 and $14.99 a month for the service.

According to Apple, at the end of the trial period, the membership will automatically renew and customers will be charged monthly until the auto-renewal is turned off in account settings.

There are two ways to opt out:

 First through iTunes:

  • Click on the account icon in the upper right hand of the main screen.
  • Then choose "Account info", "settings", and "Manage" next to "subscriptions".
  • From there click "edit" next to "Apple Music Membership", and click "off" next to the "automatic renewal"

Second on your  iPhone, iPad or iPod:

  • In the Apple Music app tap your profile icon in the upper left corner.
  • Go to "View Apple ID", scroll down, and select "manage" under "subscriptions".
  • Slide the "auto-renewal" switch to off.

Millions of people signed up for Apple's Music free trial.

You do not have to have a membership to listen to Apple's Beats 1 radio, which is free.

Spotify, Pandora, and Google Play also offer free streaming music, however you'll have to listen to advertisements. 

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