Here's how to prevent Apple Music from charging you after its three-month free trial ends

How to avoid being charged for Apple Music
Yesterday, Apple Music arrived guns blazing alongside iOS 8.4, allowing iOS users to make full use of Apple's brand-new streaming service that aims to clash and, ultimately, surpass Spotify, Deezer, Pandora, Google Play Music, and a lot many other music streaming services.

Using Apple Music will cost you $9.99 a month for an individual user and $15.99 for a family plan, yet the first three months of usage will cost you nothing - only after the free trial ends, Apple will charge you accordingly to the subscription plan you've chosen.

This means that just anyone with an iOS 8.4 and a valid billing information can stream their favorite tracks with Apple Music. The best part is that you can prevent Apple Music from renewing your subscription after the trial ends. Simply put, this means that Apple Music will be free for three months.

Here's how to disable the automatic subscription renewal and stream rad songs without worrying that you'll get charged at the end of the trial.

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