Apple may come up with 20% cut in Apple Music price!
Apple may reduce about 20 percent off existing subscription prices. But for individual Apple Music, rates will fall from $9.99 to $7.99 per month once this Apple plan is operational
Apple is seriously considering a huge 20% price drop for Apple Music streaming service. This move by Apple may cut $2 off on all existing rates for holidays plans by people, now in US, says Apple sources.
Quoting Apple Music sources, media reported Apple may reduce about 20 percent off existing subscription prices. But for individual Apple Music, rates will fall from $9.99 to $7.99 per month once this Apple plan is operational.
If implemented, individual Apple Music plans would drop from $9.99 to $7.99 per month, while family plans may see a drop from $14.99 to $12.99, student previous may remain same at $4.99 per month.
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Apple already began talks on the cuts to materialize, and new price will be announced as early as December to catch the Christmas festival fever, said sources.
The Apple offer is going to be a one-time deal, and all customers who opted for it, during the offer period can avail it as long as they pay monthly payments.
The Apple offer is the quite unheard and never experimented recently in music industry, say experts adding it wants to give a big challenge to rivals like Amazon.
Apple users can sign up for the normal three-month trial window and later adopt new rate. All customers can also take a low rate, revealed Apple sources.
Now, Apple is engaged in a price war with rival Amazon, as it has launched an exclusive special music streaming service called Music Unlimited.
Meanwhile, responding to Apple's offer, rival Amazon has come with an attractive package of $7.99 for loyal consumers. Echo owners can avail it at an even attractive $3.99 per month but now it is limited to single Echo, Echo Dot, or Tap speaker.