Looking to trim back on your subscriptions by cancelling Noom? We got you. In this article, we’ve pulled out the best way how to cancel Noom in the UK.
How To Cancel Noom Subscription UK
How to cancel your Noom subscription will depend on how you signed up to the service.
How to Cancel Noom if you signed up directly
If you signed up to Noom directly through their website, you can cancel your Noom subscription by:
On the App
- Open the app
- Navigate to “Account” and then press “Manage Subscriptions”
- Select the option to “cancel subscription”
You’ll then be given a confirmation of cancellation.
On the website
If you don’t have the app, you can cancel your membership on their website.
- Login to the Noom account portal
- Press “Subscription Details”
- Under your subscription there will be an option to “Cancel subscription”
With both of these, you’ll still have access to the app until the end of your next billing cycle.
How To Cancel Noom if you signed up via the App Store (IOS)
If you signed up to the service through the App Store (so directly in the app), then you’ll need to cancel it via the App Store.
To do this:
- Open the App Store on your device
- Press your profile in the top right corner
- Scroll down and select “Manage Subscriptions”
- Select the Noom subscription and press “Cancel subscription”
- Follow the on-screem prompts until you have the cancellation confirmation
How To Cancel Noom if you signed up via the Play Store (Android)
Similarly to the App Store, if you signed up via the app, you will need to cancel via the Play Store.
To do this:
- Open the Play Store
- Press your portrait in the top right hand corner to open the settings menu
- Select “Payments and Subscriptions”
- Then select “Subscriptions”
- Select the Noom subscription and press “cancel subscription”
- Follow the on-screen prompts to confirm cancellation
What is Noom?
Noom is an app designed to help aid with weight loss and stress relief through the application of latest proven behavioural science.
How To Stay On Top Of Your Subscriptions?
As you’re already here, it is clear you are already in the process of cutting back on your subscriptions. Great work.
Doing this simple activity every 6-12 months is a great way to give your personal finances a shot in the arm. By cutting back on unnecessary subscriptions, you can save hundreds (if not thousands) of pounds a year.
How to do it?
You can identify all of your subscriptions manually by tagging up all the repeating transactions on your bank statement, however there is an easier way.
Try downloading one of the top budgeting apps. Our favourites are Plum, Snoop and Emma.
These apps connect to your bank accounts via Open Banking and automatically categorise your transactions. They will also flag any subscriptions too.
With this list, you can run through and cancel any that you don’t use, freeing up cash to save, invest or use for other things!
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