You’ll manage or cancel your Subscription from the platform where you initially signed up. Uninstalling your app or deactivating your account doesn't automatically cancel your Subscription. All cancellations must be carried out through the platform you used to buy the Subscription. For example, if you purchased your Subscription from Twitter on:
Twitter for iOS: you must carry out your cancellation on Twitter for iOS or through Apple Support.
Google: you must carry out your cancellation on your Android device, or by contacting Google Support.
Twitter.com: you must carry out your cancellation from the creator's profile page. Log in to your Twitter account and navigate to the profile page of the creator you Subscribe to. Select Subscriptions, then Manage Subscription.
Note: Subscriptions purchased on twitter.com will automatically cancel if you deactivate your account.
To avoid further charges, cancel your Subscription at least 24 hours before the auto-renewal period. Canceling won’t give you a refund for amounts already paid. Your access to bonus content from the person you Subscribe to expires at the end of the billing cycle.
Turning off auto-renew on your iOS / Android devices’ app purchasing platform prevents billing for the next payment period, and also Unsubscribes you, but won’t refund your purchase. Similarly, when you purchase a Subscription to someone through our payment partner Stripe on twitter.com, choosing to Cancel your plan prevents billing for the next payment period, and also Unsubscribes you, but won’t refund your purchase.
For people living in the EU or UK, you can find Apple's and Google's respective cancellation instructions, related refund policies and model cancellation forms for the App Store here and for Google Play here.