I’ve had Apple Music since I ordered my MacBook Pro at the end of 2016.
I was hesitant to pay for a streaming music service since I already had so much music on my computer to begin with.
They initially offered three months free and then either $4.99, $9.99, or $14.99 a month thereafter.
$4.99 for students.
$9.99 for non-students.
$14.99 for family sharing.
It was pretty on-par, financially, with Spotify and Amazon Music Unlimited and the other platforms offering tiered models.
Well, it’s been almost three years and I love using Apple Music. It takes some of the work out of downloading and paying for individual songs and albums. It works on all Apple products, including the iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch, MacBooks, and the HomePod. I can download music to my Apple Watch and take my music on the go, even when there’s no service.
Back at the end of 2018, Verizon Wireless offered six months of Apple Music for free with some unlimited plans.
Well, it became so popular that they expanded it in the beginning of 2019.
Currently, two of their unlimited data plans, the “Get More Unlimited” and Play More Unlimited” offer Apple Music for free. No end date in sight,
The other unlimited plans, the “Start Unlimited” and “Do More Unlimited” offer six months of Apple Music for free and then at $9.99/month.
AT&T has Spotify. Sprint has Tidal. Verizon Wireless now has Apple Music.
If you’ve never used Apple Music and have Verizon, you’re missing out on free money and music!
Not sure how to activate it? Check out the info on Verizon’s website here.
Already have Apple Music? You can cancel your current subscription and pick up with Verizon’s. You just have to follow the prompts on your phone after activating Verizon’s.
Thinking about switching to Verizon or only have limited gigs with Verizon? Check out their Unlimited plans here. You might end up saving money!
You won’t be able to get your phone for free, but you might be able to play as much music as you want at no additional cost!