You'll finally be able to manage Xbox subscriptions right on your console

The feature is available to all Xbox Insiders.

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Have you ever been stuck trying to figure out how to manage the subscription plans on your Xbox, dreaming of a simpler method? It seems like Microsoft has listened to all our grumbles. According to the latest updates to the Xbox Insider Program, Xbox Insiders can now change their subscription plans right from their consoles.

This update is not major but quite a game-changer for people like me who like their couch more than the formal PC web browser when it comes to handling all things digital life-related.

From now on, for those participating in the Xbox Insider Program, there’s a fresh choice waiting for you inside your console settings. This option lets you easily adjust your subscription plan or update your recurring billing status without hassle.

Go to Settings > Account > Subscriptions, and it’s ready. The addition is both a convenience and about enhancing the user experience so that everything feels smooth and effortless.

Beginning today, we have enabled the option to change your plan or update the recurring billing status directly from your console. To get started, head to Settings > Account > Subscriptions.


Microsoft is not stopping here, though. Some Xbox Insider Omega ring members have an additional treat. They can test the new feature of the Game Pass app with a denser layout that still matches perfectly with Xbox design language. It’s all about getting more of what you love without the clutter.

As the Xbox Games Showcase event is approaching, who knows what else will be available for all Xbox owners soon? We’ve heard a rumor the company might announce its first-ever Xbox handheld gaming console, joining the already crowded market of such devices. But we’ll have to wait until Sunday to know for sure.

Have you seen these new features yet? Would you like to manage your Xbox subscriptions directly from your console?

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