How to cancel PlayStation Vue in 4 steps

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How to cancel PlayStation Vue in 4 steps
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If you signed up for a free trial of the live TV streaming service PlayStation Vue but don’t want to use it anymore, here’s how to cancel your subscription before you’re charged the regular monthly rate.

The process of canceling PlayStation Vue is the same for paying subscribers and those on a free trial. Here’s a step-by-step guide…

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4 steps to cancel your Playstation Vue subscription in less than 2 minutes

Step 1: Sign in to your account at psvue.com/subscription

Sign in with your PlayStation Network account
Sign in with your PlayStation Network account

Step 2: Navigate to the Subscription Summary page, find your subscription and click the “Cancel Subscription” button

Click "Cancel subscription" below your plan
Click “Cancel subscription” below your plan

Step 3: Click “Yes, cancel subscription” at the verification screen 

Click "Yes, cancel subscription"
Click “Yes, cancel subscription”

Step 4: Complete the Cancellation Survey and click the button that says “Cancel Subscription” 

PlayStation Vue cancellation survey
PlayStation Vue cancellation survey

Once your cancellation is processed, you’ll be taken to a confirmation page that says you can still use PlayStation Vue until the end of your current billing cycle.

Like several other live TV streaming services, PlayStation Vue has no contracts and you’re free to cancel at any time.

Money expert Clark Howard and Team Clark have tried out the leading cable and satellite TV alternatives for 2018: DirecTV Now, YouTube TV, PlayStation Vue, Hulu with Live TV and Sling TV.

Compare your options in Clark’s guide to the best live TV streaming plans and deals!

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