It’s no secret that some of us prefer to just watch Netflix on a desktop, but if you’ve got an Android phone, or even a Roku, you can now simply cancel it.
For $1 a month, you’ll get unlimited access to all the popular movies and TV shows that you’ve been waiting to catch up on.
But you’ll need to manually cancel your account before that happens.
You’ll still need to re-subscribe every time you want to see something, but there are a few tricks you can use to get around it.1.
Sign in with a different email accountIf you use the same email address for both Netflix and your Google account, you should have no problems cancelling your account.
Just sign in to your Google Account and go to the Cancellation tab.
This will allow you to quickly cancel your Netflix account without having to do anything.2.
Change your account settingsOnce you’ve done that, you will see that your Netflix and Google account have the same name.
You can then go to your settings and set them to cancel.
This is where it gets tricky.
If you have multiple accounts, you need to tell both of them to make the changes.
To do this, open up your Netflix Account settings and go down to the Account tab.
Scroll down and select the Netflix Account you want canceled.
If it says You have multiple Netflix accounts, this means that you have to sign into each account and cancel all of them.
If you have two Netflix accounts and one of them doesn’t have your name on it, just sign in with the other name.
Once you have both accounts, go to this link and you’ll see that the Netflix account you just cancelled will now be automatically canceled.
You won’t be able to cancel it again until you’re done with it.