Apple Music Now Offers Just a One Month Free Trial

Apple Music Now Offers Just a One Month Free Trial

Apple Music One Month Trial

Apple Music has always offered first-time users a three-month free trial since its inception in 2015. The trial period has been slashed to just one month from this week onwards.

If you are a first-time subscriber to Apple Music from the US, Canada, Australia, the UK, Japan, and other countries, your free trial has now been reduced to one month. It appears that pricing remains unchanged. This change was first spotted by the Japanese blog Mac Otakara. The individual plan will set you back by $9.99 per month in the US. Apple Music also has other plans you could choose from. That said, Apple Music still offers a free six-month trial if you purchase select AirPods, beats, and HomePod models.

In comparison, rival streaming service Spotify still offers a three-month-long free trial of Spotify Premium ad-free music in some cases. First-time customers can avail themselves of this offer if they sign up through PayPal. It typically offers a month-long free trial, but the window has been extended to two months in the US and some other countries for a limited time. However, one obvious downside of Spotify Premium is that it lacks hi-res audio streaming.

Do you prefer Apple Music or Spotify Premium? Tell us in the comments section and also mention why. We would love to hear your thoughts.

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