Verizon announced today that starting on January 17th, Apple Music will be offered for free to “Beyond Unlimited” and “Above Unlimited” plan subscribers. Previously, the company offered six-month subscriptions to Apple Music with its unlimited plans, but now, that is given to the lower “Go Unlimited” plans at no additional cost. Just to be clear, that this is not for a isngle Apple Music subscription per account, but rather one for each line that has either the “Beyond” or “Above” unlimited plans. Read more for another Apple Music video and additional information.
For example, if you have a family plan with four lines consisting of two “Above” unlimited plans, one “Beyond”, and one “Go”, the three lines with either “Above” or “Beyond” would be able to sign up for their own Apple Music subscriptions while the “Go” plan gets a six-month trial, but would then need to pay $9.99 per month afterwards.
“You can set up your Apple Music subscription through Verizon’s My Verizon app or website. If you already have an Apple Music subscription, you will need to first cancel it through Apple and then re-sign up through My Verizon. Verizon says you won’t lose your playlists during this process so long as you re-sign up for Apple Music using the same Apple ID your previous subscription was tied to,” reports USA Today.