Verizon adds Apple Music

Verizon adds free Apple Music to its most expensive unlimited data plans.

Verizon has announced that it will begin including Apple Music on two of its unlimited phone plans, as first reported by 9to5Mac . 

An Apple Music subscription typically costs $ 9.99 per month, and the move could potentially instantly add millions of new users to the music streaming platform.

The subscription will be added at no additional cost for new and existing Verizon customers on the Beyond Unlimited or Above Unlimited plan.

 Those with Verizon's Go Unlimited plan will also get a perk from Apple Music, a six-month free trial.

Verizon's partnership with Apple is launched last year, with the carrier offering six free months of Apple Music for customers with current postpaid unlimited data plans. 

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Moving things up to a totally free subscription is a big deal, especially since Verizon's marketing documentation indicates no increase in plan pricing.

 Verizon's press release says the taxes apply to the "free" Apple Music subscription, but a spokesperson said customers won't see a higher bill because of that.

This is not the first time an operator has partnered with a music streaming service to offer free subscriptions. 

 T-Mobile also offers Free Netflix with certain unlimited plans, especially those at the The operator administers taxes and tariffs automatically.

The new Verizon plans with Apple Music included will be available for purchase starting this Thursday, January 17.

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