Disney Plus is one of the best platforms to stream hundreds of movies, serials, TV shows, and other originals. Just like Netflix and Prime, Disney Plus is also a subscription-based platform.
Disney Plus offers its services on various smart TVs. If you’re bored with Disney Plus or unable to find your desired content, you can cancel the Disney Plus Subscription anytime.
Today’s guide will discuss some quick ways to cancel the Display Plus service on Roku TV.
Ways To Cancel Disney Plus On Roku
Sometimes your kids accidentally subscribed to Disney Plus, or you’re getting boar of Disney Plus content, so you want to cancel its subscription?
There are three ways to Cancel Disney Plus On Roku;
- Through Roku TV
- Through Roku’s Official Website
- Through Roku’s Mobile App
Method 1: Through Roku TV
Roku TV comes with pre-installed Disney Plus. So if your Kid has accidentally subscribed to it, you don’t have to worry.
Disney Plus gives 7 days of free trial. So if you have canceled the subscription in the first seven days, your money will be saved; otherwise, they will charge you as per your subscription.
Here are the step to cancel the Disney+ subscription on Roku TV;
- Turn on the Roku TV and open the Home.
- Hover over to Disney Plus app and press the star button (*) from the remote control.
- You will see a list of options; select “Manage Subscription.”
- It will pop ups a window where you can see the subscription details. Click the “Cancel Subscription” button to cancel the Disney Plus Subscription.
Related Article: How To Logout Of Disney Plus
Method 2: Cancel your Disney Plus Subscription Via Website
If you cannot cancel a subscription to Roku TV, you can do that via their website.
- Open the Roku official website on your laptop or mobile phone.
- Put your credentials to log into the Roku account.
- Next, go to the Manage Account and click “Manage your subscriptions.”
- Find the Disney Plus app in the list of subscribed apps, and tap unsubscribe to cancel the subscription.
Method 3: Using a Smartphone App
If you’re in the office or far away from your smart TV or laptop, you can use the smartphone to cancel the Disney Plus subscription.
You can also use method # 2 on your smartphone, but another convenient way is to cancel a Disney Plus subscription.
For Android Users:
- First, turn on the phone and open the Google Play Store.
- Tap on your profile from the top right corner.
- Find “Payments & Subscriptions” and tap on it.
- Tap “Subscriptions”; here, you will find the active subscription.
- Tap on “Disney Plus” and cancel your subscription.
Note: Make sure that the Disney Plus app must be installed on your Android phone and login with the same Roku account you have on your smart TV.
For iPhone Users
Make sure that the Disney Plus app must be installed on your iPhone and must be login with the same Roku account that you have on your smart TV.
- Open Settings
- Tap on your profile picture
- Tap on Subscriptio
- Look for Disney Plus
- Tap on Cancel Subscription
How To Prevent Roku From Accidental Subscription
If you have kids at Home, you should take precautions to avoid accidental subscriptions. Kids always navigate through the TV and do unexpected things, and that’s why securing your payment gateway on Roku TV is necessary.
Roku TV allows users to create a security PIN, so the TV will ask you for a PIN before activating any subscription. This is the best way to avoid any accidental subscription.
Here is a step to create a PIN on Roku TV;
- To create a PIN, you need a laptop or smartphone.
- Open the Roku official website.
- Go to “PIN preference.”
- You will see a form to create a four-digit pin.
- Create a desired four-digit PIN
A Roku TV user must put a credit card information while creating an account which could be insecure if you have kids in your Home. If your kids accidentally subscribe to Disney Plus, you don’t need to worry; you can cancel it easily.
We have mentioned a quick method to cancel a Disney Plus subscription on Roku TV.
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