Apple Stops Offering Free Apple Music Trial in Australia, Spain, and Switzerland
Apple has stopped offering a free three-month trial for Apple Music in Australia, Spain, and Switzerland. Instead, the company is charging those who want to become the streaming music service subscribers a little sum of money.
Currently, Apple Music trial membership costs $0.99 in Australia, 0,99 € in Spain, and Fr. 0.99 in Switzerland. In the United States, Russia, and other countries users can continue using the three-month trial option. It is unknown why Apple has decided to change the free trial conditions in these countries.
Apple hasn’t commented on the issue yet, but hopefully we’ll soon hear from the company.
Apple Music was introduced in June, 2015 in the United States and a number of other countries. The service gives its users access to millions of songs, curated playlists, exclusive releases, and radio stations.
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