You don't have to hang on the phone for hours. Stressing whether your cancellation will arrive in due time. Even better: you can sit back and relax while we work for you. Or go swimming, do yoga or play mini-golf, we'll fix your cancellation. Save hundreds of euros by not paying another penny for something you don't use.
Cancelling De Telegraaf with Dyme
How it works:
We frequently cancel subscriptions
We have already helped 50,000 people to get rid of their subscriptions. They are over the moon with this. Martijn for example says:
"Thanks to Dyme I could easily save money on subscriptions that were superfluous." You’re very welcome, Martijn!
Frequently Asked Questions
Cancel your Telegraaf subscription with Dyme
Cancelling the Telegraaf online
At Dyme we see many of our users cancelling their newspaper subscriptions and Telegraaf subscribers are among them. They do so by using our service, which means we send a cancellation letter in your name to the Telegraaf. This means you don’t have to lift a finger for your subscription to be cancelled with a 100% cancellation guarantee. Is the Telegraaf subscription not the only one you want to get rid of? Don’t hesitate to ask, we can cancel the other ones too. This means you can save hundreds of euros every year.
The Telegraaf offers multiple subscriptions. You can pick from the following:
- Digital (€8,50 a month)
- Saturday (€11,50 a month)
- Monday to Saturday (€18,50 a month)
How much can I save by cancelling the Telegraaf?
By cancelling your Telegraaf subscription you can save between €102 and €222 a year. If you follow the news on the internet or don’t read your paper or the Telegraaf website, cancelling the Telegraaf might be a good way to save some money. Many consumers have already cancelled their subscriptions through Dyme.
Cancelling the Telegraaf on your own
Would you like to privately cancel your subscription? That’s possible too. We’ve written an article in which we explain how you can cancel your Telegraaf subscription. In this article you’ll find everything you need to know about cancelling the Telegraaf.