Have you ever wondered the following question: How will I go about deleting subscriptions I no longer use on my iPhone? If so, you needn’t for much longer, as the following article will put you in the know with handling this common pain-point.
Every so often, we get a bit overloaded with our daily responsibilities and miss something that was easily avoidable. In this case, that “something” was canceling a free trial or forgetting about a subscription that we no longer use. With this step-by-step guide, we are able to say farewell to the days of paying for things we no longer use – even if we have forgotten about them altogether!
1. Click the Settings app icon on your mobile device
2. Navigate to your name and click on it
3. Hover over “subscriptions” and press down
4. Oversee and manage Active and Expired subscriptions
A penny saved is a penny earned, as they say. And, with the four steps listed above, your business could potentially be doing a lot more of that. We think it is important to remember that revenue earned is just as relevant to financial health as capital saved which is why we felt the need to provide this little refresher for those who may currently find themselves adrift from where they would like to be. Especially because continuing this financially savvy behavior is even easier with the assistance of NachoNacho.
In The Future
Upon enlisting in NachoNacho, you will be greeted with various methods of subscription management, ensuring your quarrels with subscription management be in the past for good! A few features that our users love are fee notifications, date restrictions, and top-up limitations – all without the hassle of credit checks and application fees. We, of NachoNacho, are here to ensure a seamless oversight into the future of B2B SaaS subscription management. As of now, we have helped over 2,600 businesses discover and manage their subscription services and would very much enjoy the pleasure of adding you to that list.
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